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Elements of medical jurisprudence, or a succinct and compendious description of such tokens in the human body as are requisite to determine the judgment of a coroner, and courts of law, in cases of divorce, rape, murder, &c : to which are added, directions for preserving the public health
- Farr, Samuel, 1741-1795.
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.
- Hooper, Robert, 1773-1835.
Observations on man, his frame, his duty, and his expectations : In two parts. Part. I. Containing observations on the frame of the human body and mind, and on their mutual connexions and influences. Part. II. Containing observations on the duty and expectations of mankind
- Hartley, David, 1705-1757.
The trunks of the vena cava, with their branches(Table VI, fig. 1); the trunks of the vena porta (Table VI, fig. 2), both after an engraving by M. Vandergucht after W. Cowper, 1702, after a preparation by G. Leoni, c. 1645; the brain, nerves and spine, after Eustachius, by 1552 (Table VII) Etching by I. Basire, 1743.
- Cowper, William, 1666-1709.