Author:Louis, P. Ch. A. [Pierre Charles Alexandre]

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Image for Anatomical, Pathological and Therapeutic Researches upon the Disease Known under the Name Gastro-Enterite, Putrid, Adynamic, Ataxic, or Typhoid Fever, Etc., Compared with the Most Common Acute Diseases. in Two Volumes.

Anatomical, Pathological and Therapeutic Researches upon the Disease Known under the Name Gastro-Enterite, Putrid, Adynamic, Ataxic, or Typhoid Fever, Etc., Compared with the Most Common Acute Diseases. in Two Volumes.

By: Louis, P. Ch. A. [Pierre Charles Alexandre]

Price: $275.00

Publisher: Isaac R. Butts: 1836

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 2203630

Condition: Very Good


First edition. The personal copy of Admiral Charles S. Butler, who served in the United States Navy Medical Corps, with a presentation note to him from a David Ferguson mounted on front flyleaf of second volume. Bindings professionally restored some time ago, probably by Butler based on Ferguson's comment in the note: 'It is a shame the way Vol. II is breaking up from the viscissitudes of handling by Navy Rackers.' Another more general presentation note is written by Ferguson on the front endpaper of the first volume. The second volume's flyleaf is loose, probably left so intentionally by the ... View more info

Image for Anatomical, Pathological and Therapeutic Researches on the Yellow Fever of Gibraltar of 1828; from Observations Taken by Himself and M. Trousseau, as Members of the French Commission at Gibraltar.  (Library of Practical Medicine Vol. X [Volume 10])

Anatomical, Pathological and Therapeutic Researches on the Yellow Fever of Gibraltar of 1828; from Observations Taken by Himself and M. Trousseau, as Members of the French Commission at Gibraltar. (Library of Practical Medicine Vol. X [Volume 10])

By: Louis, P. Ch. A. [Pierre Charles Alexandre]; Trousseau, M.; Shattuck, G.C.

Price: $250.00

Publisher: Charles C. Little and James Brown: 1839

Seller ID: 1999245

Condition: Very Good


First edition. Former library copy, usual internal marks, no external marks. No jacket. Corners lightly rubbed, ink name on front flyleaf. 1839 Hard Cover. xxiii, 374 pp. 8vo. Original brown blind-stamped cloth, gilt titles. Translated directly from Pierre Louis's manuscript, the original French version of which was not printed until 1844. The second important volume published on yellow fever, following the effort of Benjamin Rush printed in 1794. Louis was also known for introducing the term 'typhoid fever'. One more, as in the case of his book on typhoid fever, one must pay homage to Louis f... View more info