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Traite des Maladies Periodiques sans Fievre; ou Historie de ces Maladies, Avec la vraie methode curative qu'il faut suivre pour les Guerir; Traduit de l'Allemand; Par M. Lefebure de Villebrune.

Medicus, Friedrich Casimir

Published by Maradan & Perlet. 1790. Paris., 1790
Used Condition Collectible-Very Good Hardcover
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First edition in French. Early full tree calf, gilt spine, red leather spine label, spine head worn. 380 pages. Signature of Stanley Edwin Monroe. Pages xii-viii (Preface) torn, lacking top corner (some text loss). SCARCE. Little-known treatise on recurring diseases with without fevers and the methods employed for curing. Translated from the German edition. Blake, NLM, page 299; Wellcome, IV, page 102. Bookseller Inventory # 2648


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Title: Traite des Maladies Periodiques sans Fievre;...

Publisher: Maradan & Perlet. 1790. Paris.

Publication Date: 1790

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

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