Lot 458: Printed Books: Adams (Joseph). A Popular View of

Dominic Winter Auctions

July 26, 2012
Near Cirencester, United Kingdom

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Description: Printed Books: Adams (Joseph). A Popular View of Vaccine Inoculation, with the Practical Mode of Conducting it. Shewing the Analogy between the Small Pox and Cow Pox, and the Advantages of the Latter, 1st edition, 1807, six stipple-engraved plates, folding table, library stamps, a few spots, library cloth, spine lightly rubbed, 12mo, together with Sanders (James), A Comprehensive View of the Small Pox, Cow Pox, and Chicken Pox. With a Concise History of their Different Stages and Terminations, Proving that the real Small Pox never have occurred more than once in the same person, nor ever after the Cow Pox, 1st edition, Edinburgh, 1813, half-title, 2pp. publisher's list at end, library stamps, light water stain and spots, some pencil scoring and annotation, BMI presentation label from John Greene, library cloth, spine a little rubbed, 8vo, plus Bryce (James), Practical Observations on the Inoculation of Cowpox ; Pointing out a new mode of Obtaining and Preserving the Infection; and also a Certain Test of Perfect Vaccination, 2nd edition, Edinburgh, 1809, two sanguine-coloured folding plates (cropped at outer margin), library stamps, a few spots, bound with Remarks on the Cow-Pox; Designed for General Reading in which the Universal Adoption of Mr. Bryce's Test is Strongly Recommended, by Jonas Malden, 1820, 23pp., BMI presentation label from Dr Blackall, endpapers renewed, contemporary calf, rebacked, 8vo, with others related by George Bell, John Thomson and Robert Ceely etc (15)
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