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The London dissector; or, system of dissection, practised in the Hospitals and lecture rooms of the Metropolis, explained by the clearest rules, for the use of students: comprising a description of the muscles, vessels, nerves, and viscera, of the human body, as they appear on dissection; with directions for their demonstration

Scratchley, James, 1784-1849.
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1813

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System of dissection

Publication/Creation

London : printed for Longman and Co.,...J. Highley and Son,...; J. Callow...; E. Cox,...; Underwood and Blacks,...and Adam Black, 1813.

Edition

Fourth edition.

Physical description

xxiv, 300, 16 pages ; 18 cm

Notes

Information about authorship of book derived from catalogue record on bibliographic databases, from pencil inscriptions in copies and from D. T. Bird's "Catalogue of the printed books and manuscripts (1491-1900) in the library of St. Thomas's Hospital Medical School"
With half-title page
Final 16 p. : bookseller's advertisements

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  • English


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