Six Lectures on the Functions of the Lungs; and Causes, Prevention, and Cure of Pulmonary Consumption, Asthma, and Diseases of the Heart; on the Laws of Life; and on the Mode of Preserving Male an
FITCH, Samuel Sheldon

NY: Fitch, 1856. 8vo. in blindstamped faded grey cloth. xv+(2) +384 pp. plus 6-page advertising circular for Dr. Fitch and his medications. Frontispiece engraved portrait of the author. Illustrated with small engravings (labelled Plates A through V) in the text. The 24th edition, so stated on the title page. Good, with fade to the cloth, particularly on the spine strip (though the gilt lettering is readable). Occasional light staining and scattered foxing to the text. Contemporary pencilled ownership signatures front endpapers. Samuel Sheldon Smith graduated from Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia in 1828 and in 1829 published what was at the time considered one of the best books on dentistry to appear in America. He later turned to the study of consumption and maladies of the lungs and established a company that sold patent medicines. Good Hardcover (Item ID: 266685)

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