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Paris:: Durand. 1745. hardcover. 1. 165 x 103 mm. 12mo.  ff., 216, 4 [Privilege du Roi], 8, 8 [ads]; 68, 3[Privilege du Roi], 1 [blank]; 30 pp. 14 figs. on 4 folding plates engraved by Herisset, headpieces, tailpieces, historiated initials; tear p. 95 of the Traité, paper tear p. 63 of the Lettre, heading inked out, p. 61 of the Lettre. Original full mottled calf, raised bands, red leather spine label, gilt spine; spine end neatly repaired. Bookplate of Elmer Belt. Early ownership signature. Fine. . FIRST FRENCH EDITION. Rutty's work was first published in London, 1726, this work is the substance of the Gulstonian Lecture given in the theatre of the Royal College of Physicians, London. "In March 1722 he delivered the Gulstonian lectures at the College of physicians on the anatomy and diseases of the urinary organs, and published them in quarto in 1726 as A treatise of the urinary passages, with a dedication to Sir Hans Sloane. The lectures contain a clear statement of the existing knowledge of the subject, and relate two interesting cases, not to be found elsewhere: one in the practice of John Bamber, lithotomist to St. Bartholomew's Hospital, of calcified concretions in the cæcum giving rise to symptoms resembling renal colic, and the other of double renal calculus in the daughter of Sir Hugh Myddelton, from a note by Dr. Francis Glisson. See: DNB, XVII, p. 521; Monk's Roll, II, p. 74; Wellcome IV, p. 596. Dust jacket present.
Title: Traité des parties qui servent de passage a l'urine, avec leur description leur action, & leurs usages. Dans lequel on deduit les principales maladies qui affectent ces parties, & où l'on traite particulierement de la pierre dans les reins & dans la vessie. [with]: Lettre [sur un remède antivénérien] a M. Morand fils.... [with]: Problême
Publisher: Paris:, Durand: 1745
ISBN Number 13: 3917261722172
Book Condition: 1
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: M2029