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The anatomy of the regions interested in the surgical operations performed upon the human body, with occasional views of the pathological conditions which render the interference of the surgeon necessary. In a series of plates, the size of life ... With additions / [Jacques D. Lebaudy].
- Lebaudy, Jacques D.
Anatomy epitomized and illustrated: containing, I. A concise and plain description of all the parts of the human body; together with their various Uses in the Animal Oeconomy. II. A large and choice collection of sculptures, exhibiting a just Idea of the Figure, Size, Situation, Connection, and Uses of the several Parts of the Body, in seventeen folio copper-plates. By M. N. B.A.
- M. N.
- MDCCXXXVII. 
A general anatomy of the viscera, in situation, of size and natural colour: together with an angialogy [sic] and nevrology of every part of the human body. [The explanation of all the muscles of the head. Represented in eight plates printed in colours. / By Sieur Gautier.].
- Gautier Dagoty, 1717-1785.
The civil and natural history of Jamaica. In three parts. Containing, I. An accurate description of that island, its situation and soil; with a brief account of its former and present state, government, revenues, produce, and trade. II. A history of the natural productions, including the various sorts of native fossils; perfect and imperfect vegetables; quadrupedes, birds, fishes, reptiles and insects; with their properties and uses in mechanics, diet, and physic. III. An account of the nature of climates in general, and their different effects upon the human body; with a detail of the diseases arising from this source, particularly within the tropics. In three dissertations. The whole illustrated with fifty copper-plates: in which the most curious productions are represented of the natural size, and delineated immediately from the objects. By Patrick Browne, M.D.
- Browne, Patrick, 1720?-1790.
- MDCCLVI.