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Medical lecture notes, Utrecht, 18th century.
- Late 18th century
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Notes of medical, chemical, physiological and surgical lectures [delivered at the University of Utrecht] by Johannes Oosterdijk Schacht (1704-1792), Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine, Johann David Hahn (1729-1784), Professor of Botany and Chemistry, and Pieter Luchtmans (1733-1800), Professor of Anatomy and Surgery, taken by an unidentified student.
Late 18th century
5 volumes 5 volumes, each 218 x 165 mm. Uniformly half-bound in pink leather with pink marbled boards, and black and gilt lettering pieces on the spines.
Purchased from Andrew Hunter Rare Books, January 2008.
These notes represent the entire medical curriculum of the University of Utrecht during the third quarter of the 18th century. Both Hahn and Luchtmans were appointed in 1759 and the former moved to Leiden in 1775, so the lectures on which these notes are based must have been delivered between these dates.