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The anatomy of the human body. By William Cheselden, surgeon to His Majesty's Royal Hospital at Chelsea, Fellow of the Royal Society, and member of the Royal Academy of Surgeons at Paris. With forty copperplates.

  • Cheselden, William, 1688-1752.
Date
1795
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Also known as

Anatomy of the humane body

Publication/Creation

Boston : Printed by Manning & Loring, for J. White, S. Hall, Thomas & Andrews, D. West, W. Spotswood, E. Larkin, J. West, and the proprietor of the Boston Bookstore, 1795.

Physical description

[2], v, [1], 350, [2] p., xl leaves of plates : ill. ; 80.

Edition

First American edition.

References note

ESTC W11623
Evans, 28413
Austin, R.B. Early Amer. medical imprints, 453

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  • English


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