Remarks on the Disease lately described by Dr. Hendy under the appellation of the Glandular Disease of the Barbadoes. Together with: A Letter to Dr. Martin Wall by Richard Kentish; Directions for an Extension of the Practice of Recovering Persons Apparently Dead; and Relief from Accidental Death or, Summary Directions in Verse by Alexander Johnson. Four titles in one. – John Rollo; Richard Kentish and Alexander Johnson
Four exceedingly rare medical texts bound into one. The first, “Remarks on the Disease…”was published in 1785 and is 144 pp. This followed by an 8 page letter by Dr. Kentish to Dr. Wall, in which he describes a curious case afflicting an Italian musician in Oxford. Published 1786. Then “Directions for an Extension of the Practice of Recovering Persons Apparently Dead…”is an 8 page discourse on early CPR, followed by the rendering of the previous instructions into a verse over 16 pages, published in 1789.
Publisher: C. Dilly and The Logographic Press
Date Published: 1785
Publication Place: London
Condition: Very good
Binding: Contemporary leather spine over marbled boards.
Dimensions: 10.5 x 17cm