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book #77701
Author:
Wharton, Francis and Moreton Stille
Title:
Preface to a Treatise on Medical Jurisprudence. Not in Cohen
Publisher:
Printed by Henry B. Ashmead, George Street above Eleventh, Philadelphia, 1855.
Description:
The rare tribute to Dr. Stille, in memory of his all too early death at age 32, reprinting the preface to the work which Francis Wharton and he had just published, describing his brief life and scholarship; with three memorial resolutions appended
Condition:
Original ?self-wraps, disbound, a clean copy, 6+1 pages; one copy in OCLC of six pages, apparently not containing the seventh unnumbered page found here
Book No.:
W-77701
Price:
$ 150.00
Category:
Medical Jurisprudence

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