A synopsis of methodical nosology : in which the genera of disorders are particularly defined, and the species added with the synonimous of those from Sauvages ... From the 4th ed., corr. and much enl / Translated by Henry Wilkins, M. D.
- Cullen, William, 1710-1790.
- 1793 [i. e. Philadelphia, Elizabeth Hall, 1795]
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Philadelphia : Parry Hall, 1793 [i. e. Philadelphia, Elizabeth Hall, 1795]
1 unnumbered page, 183 pages, 1 unnumbered page : 21 cm
Evans 28508 (imprint dated 1795, probably erroneously, since only SGO copy located)
Apparently a reissue by Elizabeth Hall (widow of Parry Hall) of the original 1793 edition (Evans 25361) Inserted before the title page is a fold of two leaves, the first blank, the 2d bearing on the verso (p. ) the notice of a District of Pennsylvania copyright for the book, dated "on the twelfth day of February, in the nineteenth year of the independence of the United States" (i. e. Feb. 12, 1795) claimed by Elizabeth Hall as proprietor
Translation of Genera morborum, which comprises v. 2 of the 4th ed. of the author's Synopsis nosologiae methodicae, published in Edinburgh in 1785
Film 633 reel 32 is part of Research Publications Early American Medical Imprints collection (RP reel 32, no. 585).
Austin, R.B. Early Amer. medical imprints, 585
Microfilm. [Bethesda, Md.] : National Library of Medicine, 1957. 1 microfilm reel : negative ; 35 mm. duplicate negative made from deteriorating acetate camera master
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