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An Inquiry into the Causes and Effects: JENNER, Edward (1749-1823).

JENNER, Edward (1749-1823).

Editore: Printed for the author by Sampson Low, 1798., London: (1798)

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Descrizione: Printed for the author by Sampson Low, 1798., London:, 1798. 4to. iv, 75 pp. 4 plates printed in red and finished by hand, the first plate drawn and engraved by William Skelton, the other three plates by Skelton after Edward Pearce; lacks half-title (as usual), light foxing. Later nineteenth-century style full gilt-stamped straight-grained morocco, new black morocco gilt labels. New quarter maroon morocco drop-back box, spine labels. Fine. RARE. FIRST EDITION. As a country doctor, Jenner found that farmers and dairymaids who had developed sores as a result of infection with cowpox seemed to be immune to smallpox. He postulated that the prior exposure to cowpox and subsequent immunity to both diseases indicated that the two diseases were related. In order to test his hypothesis, Jenner used matter from the pustule of a dairymaid's cowpox sore (Case XVI) to inoculate a small boy (Case XVII) and induce cowpox artificially. To test his theory of immunization, Jenner later infected the same boy with variolous (smallpox) matter. When the boy didn't develop smallpox, Jenner's theory was proven by challenge, a test which would be considered highly dangerous today. "Jenner was the first to test experimentally the folk belief that cowpox conferred immunity to its deadly relative smallpox, and the first to transmit the cowpox virus from person to person in order to build a population immune to smallpox. 'His confidence was vindicated at last when the World Health Organization announced in 1980 that small pox had been eradicated from all countries by intensive vaccination campaigns' [LeFanu], making it the first disease to be eliminated by man. Jenner's use of the tern 'virus' to describe the pathogenic exudates from cowpox and smallpox pustules was a first step toward further specialization of the word. He was also the first to describe anaphylaxis, thus providing a foundation for the study of allergy." [Norman]. "Jenner established the fact that a 'vaccination' or inoculation with vaccinia (cowpox) lymph matter protects against smallpox. . . The above work, describing 23 successful vaccinations, announced to the world one of the greatest triumphs in the history of medicine. Jennerian vaccination soon superseded the protective inoculation of material from human cases of smallpox, which had previously been in vogue." [Garrison & Morton]. Blake/NLM p. 235; Dibner 127; Garrison, History of Medicine, pp. 372-5; Garrison & Morton 5423; Grolier, One Hundred Books Famous in Medicine, 53; Heirs of Hippocrates 1086; Horblit 56; LeFanu, A bibliography of Edward Jenner, 2nd ed., 25[22]; Norman 1162; Osler 1251; Printing and the Mind of Man 250; Waller 5140; Wellcome III, p. 351. Codice articolo M10465

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INQUIRY INTO THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF: Jenner, Edward
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Descrizione: Sampson Low, for the author, London, United Kingdom, 1800. Second edition with 4 hand-colored plates, rear errata, and incorporating the original Inquiry of 1798, the Further Observations of 1799, and A Continuation of Facts and Observations, 1800. This edition is considered definitive, and is the edition usually reprinted (a third edition with minor corrections, but textually the same as the second was published in 1801). Jenner dedicated the second edition to King George III as a sign of his confidence in his research. He provided, via the reprints of his second and third publications on vaccination, new facts, answers to critics, and accounts of the growing evidence in favor of vaccinations. The Continuatio, for example, contains the first recognition of "varioloid" (cowpox and small pox). Jenner coined the term "virus," made the first use of attenuated virus for immunization, and described anaphylaxis in the Inquiry, the foundation for modern immunology and virology. PMM, 250; G&M, 5423. Codice articolo 131433

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Autograph Manuscript Signed, 8vo, n.p., ca. 1790-1822: JENNER, EDWARD

JENNER, EDWARD

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Descrizione: Original fair copy of his poem titled "40 Signs of Rain," that he has written in full holograph. Above the title he writes, "Original Poem by Dr. Jenner." Apparently each time he wrote out this poem it was slightly different. The poem is also known as "The Signs of Rain." Poem variations include the secondary title, "Forty Reasons for Not Accepting an Invitation of a Friend to Make an Excursion with Him." According to the "Friend's Intelligencer" Jenner wrote this poem as a form of declining an invitation to go for a "country excursion one month in June on account of doubtful weather." This poem and "Address to a Robin" are Jenner's best known poetic works. In the year prior to Jenner having penned this copy of "40 Signs of Rain," he had been appointed as Physician Extraordinary to King George IV in 1821, and in 1823, he presented his "Observations on the Migration of Birds" to the Royal Society. It was copied in various publications, although when the first year of publication was is not clear (or not known). Over the years it was printed in Leavitt's Farmers Almanac, "June [A Collection of Poems]," edited by Oscar Fay Adams (1886), "Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 96 (1826) and other books and magazines. Nevertheless, it seems to have been lost for some years, with authorship questioned. In the November 21, 1970 issue of the British Medical Journal, J.F. Mayne writes saying, "In the summer of 1957 there was a discussion in your correspondence columns about the authorship of that delightful little poem "Signs of Rain." ?These notes were taken by me from the" Life of Edward Jenner" by his friend and neighbor, John Baron, M.D., F.R.S., late senior physician to the General Infirmary, Gloucester, published in 1838 with a second edition in 1850? "This work has been composed from materials of the most authentic description, the whole of the notes and correspondence of Dr. Jenner having been put into my hands by his executors. Great care has been bestowed in tracing this history? Dr. Baron writes "His recreations from his more severe studies consisted in the cultivation of polite literature; and occasionally he sought an acquaintance with the Muses. He had a peculiar facility in conversation of clothing his remarks in the gay and lively colors of poetry. The reader will be gratified by perusing his Address to a Robin, Signs of Rain, and Berkeley Fair. I have seen him in his latter years after many cares had often weighed heavy upon him shake them entirely off; he would then take up a humorous strain and sing one of his own ballads with all the mirth and gaiety of his youthful days." This settled the authorship, once and for all, of Jenner's poem. _. Jenner was a keenly observant naturalist and also fond of expressing himself in songs, or poems. In the poem offered here, as well as his other poems, he presented his detailed observations of his surrounding environment in verse form almost as a means of conversation. In a letter to his friend, Edward Gardner, Jenner remarks on his poetry writing. "I wish I could give up, or, at least, suspend the little acquaintance I have made with the Muses. Every time I begin a bagatelle, I almost swear it shall be the last.". Codice articolo 376

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Descrizione: Our letter presents Dr. Jenner working as a physician in general practice in the English countryside of Gloucestershire. Here, he advises a home remedy for child whose sickness he doubts. ".your little boy is undoubtedly somewhat indispose'd but it appears to me that he is at present more under the influence of artificial than natural sickness." He tells the mother that he will visit that day, but "in the mean time put aside your antimony and give him for his dinner some good apple dumplings with cream & sugar, or anything of the like kind." He signs," E. Jenner." The letter appears to have been cut from its integral address leaf with rough edges and remains of a border at the bottom. Slight split along margin fold not affecting text. Codice articolo 2303

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An inquiry into the causes and effects: JENNER, Edward

Descrizione: Sampson Low for the author, London, 1800. Hardcover. Condizione: Very Good. 2nd Edition. 4to (275x221 mm). vii, [1], 182, [2] pp., including half titles to all parts, titles to part I and III, and 4 hand-coloured engraved plates by William Skelton after Skelton and Edward Pearce, printed in sepia. Retaining errata leaf 2B2 at end, dublicate sheets T1-2 bound in, K2* and S* cancels. Contemporary library cloth, spine with gilt title and shelf mark (upper hinge cracked, spine faded and worn at foot). Leaves partly untrimmed, little age-toning and foxing in places, occasional faint pencil annotations in text, extensive pencil annotations to second flyleaf. Provenance: George Dock*, M.D. (bookplate to front pastedown), Los Angeles County Association (stamp at foot of title-page and P2r). A fine, wide margined copy. Complete. ---- Lefanu, Jenner 24; Norman 1163; NLM/Blake p. 235; Waller 5138; Wellcome III, p. 351. - Second edition (THE FIRST COMPLETE OF ALL THREE TEXTS). This edition is the first collected edition of Jenner's first three treatises on vaccination, published between 1798 and 1800: the first announcing 'one of the greatest triumphs in the history of medicine' (Garrison-Morton 5423); the second containing Jenner's first reply to critics, explaining common mistakes (such as the failure to recognise the symptoms of true cowpox, leading to ineffectual inoculations), and considering differences between inoculations in London and in the countryside; the third including further reports of successful inoculations. "Edward Jenner, who discovered that it is possible to vaccinate against Small Pox using material from Cow Pox, is rightly the man who started the science of immunology. However, over the passage of time many of the details surrounding his astounding discovery have been lost or forgotten. Also, the environment within which Jenner worked as a physician in the countryside, and the state of the art of medicine and society are difficult to appreciate today. It is important to recall that people were still being bled at the time, to relieve the presence of evil humors" (Kendall A. Smith, Edward Jenner and the Small Pox Vaccine). * George Dock (1860-1951), student of William Osler, pathologist and medical professor at University of Southern California.- Visit our website to see more images!. Codice articolo 002043

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JENNER, Edward (1749-1823)

Editore: Reprinted for Dr. Samuel Cooley by Ashley & Brewer, Springfield, Massachusetts (1802)

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Descrizione: Reprinted for Dr. Samuel Cooley by Ashley & Brewer, Springfield, Massachusetts, 1802. 8vo. iv, 115pp. 4 engraved plates, printed in red and with hand-coloured highlights. Contemporary tree sheep, rebacked to style Rare first American edition of Jenner's work: "the basis of the modern science of immunology" (PMM) and "one of the great triumphs in the history of medicine" (Garrison-Morton). Jenner, a country paractitioner in Berkeley, Gloucestershire, became curious about the country wisdom that milkmaids who contracted cowpox, a common and non-fatal infection transferred from cattle, were safe from smallpox. In May 1796 Jenner found a young dairymaid, Sarah Nelmes, who had fresh cowpox lesions on her finger. Using matter from Sarah's lesions, he inoculated an eight-year-old boy, James Phipps, who then developed a slight fever and a low-grade lesion. On July 1 Jenner inoculated the boy again, this time with smallpox matter. No disease developed. In 1798 he first published his account of successful vaccinations; the present first American edition is after the second London printing. As the imprint suggests, Jenner's work was evidently brought to press in the United States by Dr. Samuel Cooley (1755-1814), a noted physician of Bolton, Connecticut. Jenner had widely distributed his vaccine in England. After introducing cowpox inoculation in their own districts, many recipients passed the vaccine on to others. Dr. John Haygarth (of Bath, Somerset) received the vaccine from Edward Jenner in 1800 and sent some of the material to Benjamin Waterhouse, professor of physics at Harvard University. Waterhouse introduced vaccination in New England, and it would seem likely that Dr. Cooley received it from him, and was afterwards inspired to arrange the first American publication of Jenner's groundbreaking work. The artist who engraved the plates for this American edition, A. Reed, is probably the American painter and engraver Abner Reed (1771-1866). The last example of the first American edition we could locate on the market sold in the second part of the Haskall Norman sale in 1998. Austin 1051(locating nine institutional copies of the American edition); Shaw & Shoemaker 2466; Lefanu, Jenner, 1165; Norman 1165. See also G-M 5423; Horblit 56; Dibner 127, Lilly 151; LeFanu 24. Norman, One Hundred Books Famous in Medicine, 53; PMM 250. Codice articolo 35809

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Descrizione: A Geneve, Biblioth. Britannique, 1798. 8vo. Contemp. marbled boards. Paperlabel with handwritten volume- title on spine. Boards rubbed. In: "Bibliotheque Britannique", Tome nieuvieme. Sciences et Arts. Lower right corner of title-page torn away, only loss of paper, no loss of letters. Entire volume offered. 400 pp., 4 folded tables. A brownspot on foot of p. 3, and a wormtract in margins of some of the first leaves, otherwise internally clean and fine, printed on good paper. Jenner's paper: pp. 258-284 and pp. 367-399. First French version, and the first translation at all of this important work in the history of medicine, being the foundation of all subsequent work in immunology and virology. Published the same year as the English original."On the basis of an old country tradition that milkmaids who had contracted cowpox were not susceptible to smallpox, Jenner, an English country physician, decided to experiment by injecting cowpox-infected lymph into a local boy. After inoculation the boy was found to be immune to smallpox and Jenner continued his experiments. In 1798 he published the present epochal work, the results of a long and successful series of case histories. By 1803 his work had been translated into numerous languages and his method of immunization was taken up with amazing speed, becoming almost universally adopted. Garrison has called Jenner's work "one of the greatest triumphs in the history of medicine" (Fielding H. Garrison, An introduction to the history of medicine).Heirs of Hippocrates: 1086. - Garrison & Morton 5423; Osler 1251; Waller 5136; Wellcome III, p. 351 - PMM, 250. - Dibner, 127. - Milestones of Science, 112. - Hiorblit, 56. (all for the first edition in English). Codice articolo 50605

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JENNER, Edward

Editore: Vindobonae: apud Camesina, 1799. (1799)

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Descrizione: Vindobonae: apud Camesina, 1799., 1799. Hardcover. Condizione: Good. 1st Edition. vi, 1 leaf, 70 pp; 4 plates. 19th c. 1/4-cloth and marbled boards. Foxed. First Edition in Latin of Jenner's An Inquiry into the Causes and Effects of the Variolae Vaccinae (1798) and of his Further Observations on the Variolae Vaccinae, or Cow Pox (1799). Garrison-Morton 2529.3 and 5423 (citing London: 1798 edition). The plates were newly lithographed in red and brown by Joh. Neidl. "Careno in his preface gives the references for his additional matter and says that he includes the Further Observations and the plates by the advice of Ballhorn whose German version was about to come from the press" (LeFanu, Bio-Bibliography of Edward Jenner 33). Codice articolo 7211

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JENNER, Edward

Editore: [Philadelphia]: Philadelphia Vaccine Society, William Fry Printer, 1818. (1818)

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Descrizione: [Philadelphia]: Philadelphia Vaccine Society, William Fry Printer, 1818., 1818. 20 pp. Stitched as issued. Text very browned. Vertical crease. Bottom blank corner of some leaves broken off. "Dr. Saml __? Earl/ to be returned—/when read" written in ink on p. 1. First Edition. Austin 1052. LeFanu, A Bibliography of Edward Jenner, second edition, 114 (no. 94 in first edition of the bibliography). "The importance of the following Letter, lately received from London, has induced the Philadelphia Vaccine Society to publish it in its present form" (printed on verso of the title page). Contains: Jenner, Edward: Letter to Wm. Dillwyn, Esq. Higham Lodge, Walthamstow, Essex. Written 19th August, 1818. Pp. 3-6. Appendix No. I. Copy of a Letter from the President of the National Vaccine Establishment, to Lord Sidmouth, dated July 15, 1814; Enclosing, Report on the State of Vaccination in Sweden (10th February, 1814). Pp. 7-11. [Appendix] No. II. Supplement to the Madrid Gazette, of the 14th October, 1806. Pp. 12-15. [Appendix] No. III. To the Editors of the Medical and Physical Journal [Letter signed Edward Jenner, Berkeley, July 15, 1804 [i.e. Varieties and Modifications of the Vaccine Pustule]. Pp. 16-20. "Jenner wrote to an American friend, William Dillwyn, to dispel his doubts about the efficacy of vaccination in 1818, the year of the first severe smallpox epidemic since vaccination began. Dillwyn, who was living at Walthamstow near London, caused the letter to be published at Philadelphia, his home city, with documents which Jenner had sent him; reports on vaccination in Sweden and Spain; and the text of Jenner's Varieties and Modifications. Jenner's letter [to Dillwyn] quoted from S. B. Labatt's annual reports of the Dublin Cow-Pock Institution on the success of vaccination in Ireland, and concluded My confidence of the efficacy of the Vaccine, to guard the constitution from small pix, is not in the least diminished [italics in the printed text]" (p. 6; LeFanu, A Bibliography of Edward Jenner, second edition, p. 87). OCLC locates copies in these US libraries: Amer. Antiquarian Soc., Boston Athenaeum, Duke, Harvard, Huntington, NLM, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Rochester, Stanford, Swarthmore, Yale. Codice articolo 16121

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William Wilberforce (1759-1833), celebrated abolitionist and Tory politician [Richard Hart Davis (1766-1842), Member of Parliament and West Indies merchant; Edward Jenner (1749-1823); vaccination]

Editore: Bath. 16 December (1820)

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Descrizione: Bath. 16 December, 1820. 2pp., 8vo. In good condition, lightly aged. Folded into a packet in the customary fashion, with slight loss to paper (and text) as a result of the breaking of the red wax seal, minor traces of which still adhere. Addressed on reverse, with postmark: 'Bath Decr Sixteen 1820 [to free?] Wilberforce | Rd Hart Davis Esq | MP | Conduit Street | London'. For information on Davis, see his entry in the History of Parliament, which states that he 'presented a planters' petition against the slave registry bill, 22 May 1816'. Whatever Davis's views on the slave trade, his eldest daughter Louisa married the abolitionist John Scandrett Hartford (1785-1866), and from the letter he is clearly on friendly terms with Wilberforce. Wilberforce's handwriting is not entirely straightforward and the following reading is in part tentative. He begins by asking Davis if he would 'let the inclosed go with one [of] your Letters to ye [Isle of?] France. It is to ye Bishop who has written me a very civil & indeed gratifying Letter which you shall see.' After a while he continues: 'I almost feel as if I were insincere in communication with him [ ] & yet I am not so, for I can with truth declare, that when I can not introduce ye Protestant Relign I should gladly promote ye prevalence of the R. Catholic as far better than no Religion at all. And as much as a sensible Man be aware of my feelings they prefer ye sense of my own faith. He gave me however to believe that He is a moderate Romn Cathc – He concurred with me in my Condemnation of the Jesuits'. In the postscript he writes: 'PS I really advise you to vaccinate as many of yr Children who had before ye vaccine disease. We are adopting that course – you know that my daughter Eliz – 10 years old [?]was vaccinated by Jenner in her Infancy at 4 years old. Was again vaccinated & inoculated, [?] appeard [sic] incapable of receivg either the Cowpox or Smallpox. Now hoever she has had a small pox, mildly indeed, but decidedly. She was very full of marks, on her arms &c There are here many Instances of persons havg Small Pox, who were vaccinated, but always they have Smallpox in a mild & mitigated form – I thought you would like to know this'. Codice articolo 21067

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HUNTER, John & JENNER, Edward & FORDYCE, George & HOME, Everard & BAILLIE, Matthew a.o.

Editore: London, J. Johnson, 1793 (1793)

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Descrizione: London, J. Johnson, 1793, 1793. . [IV],343,[VIII] p., 11 (folding) engraved plates, 2 folding tables, contemporary tree calf, sympathetically rebacked, new endpapers. (some foxing, else very good). Codice articolo 18341

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Descrizione: Kein Einband. Gloucester, (ca. 1830), Published by Charles Heald Thomas, Bookseller, Gloucester, 593 x 435 mm; uncut. Very rare, in the original uncut virginal sate! This plate has following inscription: Eduard Jenner, M.D. L.L.D. F.R.S./ Lithographed by J.H.Lynch Esqre. after the Original Printing by Sir Thomas Lauwrence, P.R.A. in the possession of Miss Baron of Chelterham, by whose express permission it is now published, and to whom this plate is most respectfully inscribed/ The Publisher Portr. Wellcome Inst. Hist. Med., R.Burgess No.1527.37 (54,5 x 40,3 cm). Buch. Codice articolo 29413

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Descrizione: Gloucester, 1850. Codice articolo 30690

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Mike Edwards; Martin Jenner

Editore: Ocelli (2005)

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Descrizione: Ocelli, 2005. Condizione: New. book. Codice articolo M0954971302

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Descrizione: Kein Einband. Kupferstich, sculp. von (Johann) (H)einrich Lips (1758-1817), 27,2 x 20 cm. Rare - Not in Portr. Wellcome Inst. Hist. Med., R.Burgess. Buch. Codice articolo 29411

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Descrizione: Kartoniert. Serie di vite e tritratti, 1. - Milano 1815, Punktierstich, Bosio dis; F. Testadura inc; 280 x 210 mm. Das in Italien entstandene Blatt (nach J.R.Smith) demonstriert Eward Jenners (1749-1823) internationalen Ruhm. Die Kühe im Hintergrund erinnern an die Bedeutung der Kuhpocken für die Bekämpfung der Pocken. Rare, Not in: Portr. Wellcome Inst. Hist. Med., R.Burgess. Buch. Codice articolo 29412

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Mike Edwards; Martin Jenner

Editore: Ocelli (2009)

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Edward Jenner

Editore: Spain (2011)

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Descrizione: Spain, 2011. Book. Condizione: New. Language: Spanish . Brand New Book. Codice articolo ELK9788493849832

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Rvey, William; Jenner, Edward; Lister, Joseph; Curie, Marie; Pasteur, Louis

Editore: Easton Press, Norwalk, Connecticut (2000)

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Descrizione: Easton Press, Norwalk, Connecticut, 2000. Hardcover. First Edition; First Printing. Fine, Accented in 22kt gold, printed on archival paper with gilded edges, smyth sewing & concealed muslin joints. Bound In full leather with hubbed spines. Pristine. ; Books That Changed The World. Codice articolo 85371

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Edward Jenner

Editore: Gryphon Editions, Birmingham, AL (1978)

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Descrizione: Gryphon Editions, Birmingham, AL, 1978. Hardcover. First Edition; First Printing. Fine. Leather bound, Accented in 22kt gold. Printed on archival paper with gilded edges. The endsheets are of moire fabric with a silk ribbon page marker. Smyth sewing and concealed muslin joints. This book is in full leather with hubbed spines. A Limited Edition. ; The Classics of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences Library; 4to 11" - 13" tall. Codice articolo 96870

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Descrizione: Kein Einband. Drawn from the bust by H.Corbould; and on stone by R.J. Lane. Printed by C. Hullmandel, Published March 1827 by Henry Colburn, London, 200 x 155 auf 240 x 185 mm; Proof. The bust was exhibited at Royal Academy 1895. Edward Jenner, (1749-1823), M.D. St. Andrew's and Oxon. Discoverer of vaccination. Portr. Wellcome Inst. Hist. Med., R.Burgess No.1527.43; Le Fanu 8/2. Buch. Codice articolo 31729

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Jenner, Edward =

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Descrizione: Kein Einband. Vignéron et Doin, Gallerie Médicale, 1825-29, Paris, Lith. de G.Engelman, 45,5 x 29,5 cm. Edward Jenner, (1749-1823), M.D. St. Andrew's and Oxon. Discoverer of vaccination. After the pastel drawing from J.R.Smith. Portr. Wellcome Inst. Hist. Med., R.Burgess No.1527.15. Buch. Codice articolo 21999

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Ralfs, John

Editore: Reeve, Benham, and Reeve, London (1848)

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Descrizione: Reeve, Benham, and Reeve, London, 1848. Hardcover. Condizione: Very Good. Condizione sovraccoperta: Issued without Dust Jacket. Jenner, Edward (illustratore). First Edition. London: Reeve, Benham, and Reeve, 1848. 250 pages and 35 color and b&w plates. A monograph on British freshwater algae with Latin names, descriptions, citations.Some minor ink underlining in the Introduction, affecting 5 pages. Bound in dark green cloth with embossed decoration, gilt title on spine. Scuffed, bumped corners, chipped top and bottom of spine. Tight binding and clean interior except for bookplate inside front cover. . First Edition. Cloth. Very Good/Issued without Dust Jacket. Illus. by Jenner, Edward. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Codice articolo 008923

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Descrizione: Kein Einband. Leipzig, 1805, gestochen von Hoppe, 140 x 110 on 243 x 151 mm; minimal fleckig. Edward Jenner (1749-1823) M.D. St. Andrew's and Oxon. Discoverer of vaccination. Not in Burgess, Portraits of Doctors & Scientists in the Wellcome Institute of the History of Medicine. Buch. Codice articolo 49419

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JENNER, Edward (1803-1872)

Editore: Tunbridge Wells: J. Colbran, [1845] (1845)

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Descrizione: Tunbridge Wells: J. Colbran, [1845], 1845. [Botany]. FIRST EDITION. Octavo (18 x 12cm), pp.xx; [4]; 134; [two of sunscriber]. Publisher's brown cloth, gilt titles and blind stamped decoration to spine and upper board. Two hand-coloured plates. Yellow endpapers. Small embossed label for the 'Colbran Library Tun. Wells' to pastedown. A very fresh copy, cloth lightly rubbed to extremities, spine slightly faded, some nicking and tears to the top and bottom of the spine. Very good. Codice articolo 49808

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JENNER (Edward)

Editore: Tunbridge Wells: Printed and Published by J. Colbran (1845)

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Descrizione: Tunbridge Wells: Printed and Published by J. Colbran, 1845. First edition, small 8vo, xx, [2], 134, [2pp., list of subscribers], hand-coloured frontis., orig. red embossed cloth, rebacked with orig. spine laid-down, title and floral border stamped in gilt on upper cover. From the Botanical Library of Mike Walpole. Simpson, p. 171. Codice articolo 30265

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Edward Jenner Wood

Editore: D. Appleton, New York / London (1912)

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Descrizione: D. Appleton, New York / London, 1912. Hard Cover. Condizione: Poor. No Jacket. Previous owner's name and date on inside front cover. Some marks on back cover. Occasional marks in the text. Binding is good. Cover shows wear and edge worn at corners. Pages are darkened and show some age spots. 377 pages including index. Codice articolo 029679

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JENNER,EDWARD

Editore: CALATRAVA EDICIONES (2011)

ISBN 10: 8493849839 ISBN 13: 9788493849832

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Descrizione: CALATRAVA EDICIONES, 2011. CARTONE. Condizione: New. Condizione sovraccoperta: Nuevo. 1. LIBRO. Codice articolo 465422

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JENNER, EDWARD

Editore: CALATRAVA EDICIONES MEDICAS

ISBN 10: 8493849839 ISBN 13: 9788493849832

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Descrizione: CALATRAVA EDICIONES MEDICAS. Condizione: Nuevo. Codice articolo A000000260623

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Descrizione: Kein Einband. Sc. Hicks, Published by Henry Fisher, Caxton, London, May, 1823, 17,5x 12,2 cm. Not in Burgess. Buch. Codice articolo 34181

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