A TREATISE ON THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF MEDICINE; DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF PRACTITIONERS AND STUDENTS OF MEDICINE. (Spine title: "Flint's Practice of Medicine.")

Flint, Austin, 1812-1886.

Published by Philadelphia [PA]: Henry C. Lea, 1868.
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"Third edition, thoroughly revised" (as stated upon title page). i-xvi, 17-1002, [2], [28] pages. Hardcover: H 23.75cm x L 15.5cm. Original full dark brown leather binding; scuffing and staining to boards, rear boards' corners worn, some bowing to front board, shallow chip at slightly sagging spine head, dryness causing surface wrinkles to spine leather including vertical surface tear affecting spine's black title label although gilt stamped lettering remains bright. Fore-edge half of front pastedown no longer adhered to board with some chipping and old ownership label for "S.H. Hill" at top left; Hill's faded pencil inscription on detached front free endpaper which is also worn along fore-edge; another pencil inscription by Hill dated for Oct. 13, 1878 at top of front flyleaf; strong moisture staining to early and late leaves with toning throughout as well as scattered soiling and small stains; quire (pages 465-480) pulled; some separation evident at both ends of spine's inner backstrip from quires but binding overall remains reasonably firm; lacking top corner of pages 997-998 but with chipped corner now laid-in between 998-999. Publisher's 28 page advertising section ("Classified Catalogue of Medical and Surgical Publications") bound-in at rear. Only a good antiquarian copy but an uncommon nineteenth century American medical reference by prominent Harvard educated physician Austin Flint (1812-1886). Samuel H. Hill (1847-1922) was a prominent Carrollton, Alabama physician and son of Confederate Army surgeon Dr. Samuel F. Hill (1813-1895). Please note that this thick book has an approximate shipping weight of 4 pounds and will require additional postage for any postal class other than domestic Media Mail. Bookseller Inventory #

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Publisher: Philadelphia [PA]: Henry C. Lea, 1868.

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Flint, Austin, 1812-1886.
Published by Philadelphia [PA]: Henry C. Lea, 1868. (1868)
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Book Description Philadelphia [PA]: Henry C. Lea, 1868., 1868. "Third edition, thoroughly revised" (as stated upon title page). i-xvi, 17-1002, [2], [28] pages. Hardcover: H 23.75cm x L 15.5cm. Original full dark brown leather binding; scuffing and staining to boards, rear boards' corners worn, some bowing to front board, shallow chip at slightly sagging spine head, dryness causing surface wrinkles to spine leather including vertical surface tear affecting spine's black title label although gilt stamped lettering remains bright. Fore-edge half of front pastedown no longer adhered to board with some chipping and old ownership label for "S.H. Hill" at top left; Hill's faded pencil inscription on detached front free endpaper which is also worn along fore-edge; another pencil inscription by Hill dated for Oct. 13, 1878 at top of front flyleaf; strong moisture staining to early and late leaves with toning throughout as well as scattered soiling and small stains; quire (pages 465-480) pulled; some separation evident at both ends of spine's inner backstrip from quires but binding overall remains reasonably firm; lacking top corner of pages 997-998 but with chipped corner now laid-in between 998-999. Publisher's 28 page advertising section ("Classified Catalogue of Medical and Surgical Publications") bound-in at rear. Only a good antiquarian copy but an uncommon nineteenth century American medical reference by prominent Harvard educated physician Austin Flint (1812-1886). Samuel H. Hill (1847-1922) was a prominent Carrollton, Alabama physician and son of Confederate Army surgeon Dr. Samuel F. Hill (1813-1895). Please note that this thick book has an approximate shipping weight of 4 pounds and will require additional postage for any postal class other than domestic Media Mail. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-05400

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