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The works of Ambrose Parey, chyrurgeon to Henry II. Francis II. Charles IX. and Henry III. Kings of France. : Wherein are contained an introduction to chirurgery in general : a discourse of animals, and of the excellency of man. The anatomy of man's body. A treatise of praeternatural tumors ... Illustrated with variety of figures, and the cuts of the most useful instruments in chirurgery. Recommended by the University of Paris to all students in physick and chirurgery, particularly such as practised in camps and the sea.

  • Paré, Ambroise, 1510?-1590.
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M DC XCI. [1691]
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London : Printed: and sold by Jos. Hindmarsh, at the Golden Ball over against the Royal Exchange in Cornhil, M DC XCI. [1691]

Physical description

20 unnumbered pages, 713 pages, 5 unnumbered pages, 44 pages, 18 unnumbered pages : illustrations (woodcut) ; folio (36 cm)

Notes

"A treatise of praeternatural tumors in general. Of their cure in particular. Of wounds in general. Of wounds with their cure in the particular parts of man's body. Of wounds made by gun-shot, and other destructive engines. Of contusions and gangrenes. Of ulcers and fistulaes. Of bandage. Of fractures and dislocations. Of almost all preternatural affections, whose cure is performed by manual operation. Of the gout. Of the French pox, with all its symptoms. Of the small pox and measles. Of worms and leprosie. Of poisons, with the cure of wounds, made by the biting of a mad dog, and other venomous creatures. Of the plague. Of artificial supplying those things which by nature or accident are wanting. Of monsters and prodigies. The way of making reports, and embalming dead bodies."
"To the reader" signed: Thomas Johnson.
A reissue of the sheets of the 1678 edition 'printed by Mary Clark, and are to be sold by John Clark', with a new title page.
"Aggeiologia, or, A description of the vessels in the body of man" by Adriaan van de Spiegel has special title page and separate paging.
Title page in red and black.
Numerous errors in pagination.
Copy 1. Supplier/Donor: Med. Soc. Lond. 18th century autograph on t.p. of Joseph Dardrez.

References note

Osler 662
ESTC R31063
Wing (2nd ed.) P352

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