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A compendium of the anatomy of the human body: intended principally for the use of students (Volume 1).

Fyfe, Andrew, 1754-1824.
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1810

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Publication/Creation

Philadelphia : Published by Benjamin C. Buzby, no. 2, North Third-street, 1810.

Edition

Third American edition ; to this edition is prefixed, A compendious history of anatomy, and The Ruyschian art and method of making preparations to exhibit the structure of the human body ; illustrated with a representation of the quicksilver tray and its appendages, which are not in the London edition.

Physical description

illustrations (wood engraving) ; 15 cm

Notes

Has the same contents as the first American edition, Philadelphia, 1802

Vol. 1: 223 [1] p.; v. 2: 342 p

Includes index

"A compendious history of anatomy" and "The Ruyschian art and method of making preparations to exhibit the structure of the human body" are by Robert Hooper, and are reprinted in vol. 1, with slight changes in text, from his : The anatomist's vademecum

Signatures: vol.1: [A]⁹ B-M⁹ N⁴ ; vol.2: [A]⁹ B-F⁹ G-M⁶ L-T⁹

Film 633 reel 45 is part of Research Publications Early American Medical Imprints collection (RP reel 45, no. 804). DNLM

Publications note

Austin, R.B. Early Amer. medical imprints, 804

Shaw & Shoemaker 20178

Reproduction note

Microfilm. [Bethesda, Md.] : National Library of Medicine, 1959. 1 microfilm reel : negative ; 35 mm

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