?Vice Presidents Address.?

BRINSMADE, Thomas C.

Published by Van Benthuysen, 1858., 1858
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8vo. 655 pp. 11 plates (some color), portraits, tables, index; rear endpages torn out, some browning. Full gilt stamped blind tooled brown cloth; hinges cracked, spine badly torn, extremities worn. Early ownership signature of Henry D. Harmans. Good. First edition. Brinsmade was president of Rensselaer and, as vice president of the State Medical Society, ?delivered an address on the registration of diseases, and furnished the society with an accurate record of his practice for twenty-one years, carefully analyzed and tabulated, covering three hundred pages of the published transactions, and comprising statistics of thirty-seven thousand eight hundred and seventy-two cases.? History of Rensselaer co., Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvester, 1880. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: ?Vice Presidents Address.?
Publisher: Van Benthuysen, 1858.
Publication Date: 1858

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BRINSMADE, Thomas C.
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Book Description (Transactions of the Medical Society of New York, 1858)., In:, 1858. 8vo. (257)-555 pp. Numerous charts, 3 color plates. Modern full maroon cloth. Very good. Brinsmade was president of Rensselaer and, as vice president of the State Medical Society, "delivered an address on the registration of diseases, and furnished the society with an accurate record of his practice for twenty-one years, carefully analyzed and tabulated, covering three hundred pages of the published transactions, and comprising statistics of thirty-seven thousand eight hundred and seventy-two cases. "History of Rensselaer co., Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvester, 1880. Seller Inventory # M8976

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BRINSMADE, Thomas C.; Peter Van Buren; J. Marion Sims; W. H. Gardiner [et.al.].
Published by Van Benthuysen, 1858., In: Transactions of the Medical Society of New York, for the year 1858. Albany: (1858)
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Book Description Van Benthuysen, 1858., In: Transactions of the Medical Society of New York, for the year 1858. Albany:, 1858. 8vo. 655 pp. 12 lithographic illus. on [10] plates (some color), portraits, tables, index, errata slip; front & rear free-end-pages torn out, some browning. Full gilt stamped blind tooled brown cloth; extremities worn, rebacked with kozo, original spine laid down. Early ownership signature of Henry De Flammars[?], 1858. Very good. First edition. Brinsmade was president of Rensselaer and, as vice president of the State Medical Society, "delivered an address on the registration of diseases, and furnished the society with an accurate record of his practice for twenty-one years, carefully analyzed and tabulated, covering three hundred pages of the published transactions, and comprising statistics of thirty-seven thousand eight hundred and seventy-two cases." History of Rensselaer co., Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvester, 1880. Selected contents: Augustus Willard, Annual Address; Abel McEwen, Biographical Sketch of the late Sumner Ely, M.D., of Clarksville, Otsego County, NY; Sylvester D. Willard, Biographical Memoir of Thomas Spencer, MD; R. L. Allen, Biographical Notice of Dr. Henry Reynolds; Peter Van Buren, Anaesthesia (pp. 49-84); John G. Orton, On the use of Amylene as an Anaesthetic; D. G. Thomas, Cerebro Spinal Meningitis; J. V. Kendall, Cerebro-Spinal Miningitis, of "The Brain Fever" of 1857; B. Fordyce Barker, Report of Committee on Voluntary Communication, on the Comparative use of Ergot and the Forceps, in Labor [including J. Marion Sims; H.S. West, A Case of Ovariotomy; U. Potter, Puerperal Fever; Alden March, Osseous union of Intracapsular Fracture of the neck of the Femur; Alden March, Interesting case of Urinary Calculi; Franklin B. Hough, On the Registration of Births, Marriages, and Deaths; W. H. Gardiner, Case of Accidental Nigrities, occurring in a female at the age of sixteen (pp. 239-244); Samuel H. Freeman, Human longevity; Remarks of Dr. Sims, on the Uterine Elevator; Dr. Armsby's Instrument for the Radical Cure of Inguinal Hernia, etc. Seller Inventory # MM8977

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