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...A letter documenting the initial stages of Lady Hester Stanhope's well-chronicled sojourn east, while her plans were yet in their infancy, it relates her motives for departure, offering a programmatic rationale for her eventual residence...
...Richard Mead was physician to King George II, Fellow of the Royal Colleges of Physicians at London and Edinburgh, and of the Royal Society. With an Account of the Life and Writings of the Author. In three volumes. Volume 1: Memoirs...
...Andrew Boorde's Breviary of Health, composed in 1542 and first published in 1547, is the first medical manual written in English by a physician. Boorde, who was also a cleric and a pioneering travel writer, presents in most of the 384 + 73...
...The Canicularia is printed in Latin, with a significant amount of Greek and occasional phrases in Arabic and Hebrew. The Persian title of the appended work of Ulugh Beg is given as مواضع بعض كواكب مشهورة در طول و عرض (p.83). The Persian...
...First edition of Arthur J. Arberry's translation of al-Rāzī's al-Tibb al-rūḥānī (Spiritual Medicine). The physician and philosopher al-Rāzī, one of the greatest medical authorities of the Middle Ages, dedicated this book, like his...
...Rāzī’s Kitāb fī 'l-Jadarī wa-'l-ḥaṣba, or Liber de variolis et morbillis, is considered the oldest and most important original work on smallpox and measles, and a distinct original contribution to medicine by the Arabians. A pioneering...
...A doctoral thesis submitted to the University of London for the degree of Doctor of Science. An analysis of the geology of Armenia, comprising findings of previous observers' research and the author's own research, the fieldwork being...
...The first de Tournes edition of the three books of Mesue; Ducois had previously printed the Sylvius edition in Paris in 1542 and it was reprinted several times thereafter both in Paris and Lyons having become the standard text-book...
...First edition, second printing of collection of letters giving a first-hand account of the author's medical service in the Dardanelles Campaign of the First World War. The author, the French medical officer Joseph Marguerite Jean Vassal...