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Chapter I. NATURAL PHILOSOPHY ; including MECHANI-
CAL philosophy and CHEMISTRY.

3IECHANICAL PHILOSOPHY.

I. General, Elementary, and Systematic Works, . 217

II. Works on Particular Departments of Mechanical
Philosophy, .... 219
a. Mechanics, .... 219



CONTENTS.



XIX



1. Mechanics in General,

2. Particular Departments of Mechanics,

a. Statics,

b. Dynamics, . . . .
Hydro-dynamics,

1. Hydro-dynamics in General,

2. Particular Departments of Hydro-dynamics,
a. Hydrostatics,

h. Hydraulics,

c. Pneumatics,

d. Acoustics,

Optics, . . ■ .

1. Optics in General,



2. Particular Departments of Optics,

a. Nature, Properties, and Sources of Light,

b. Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye,

c. Optical Instruments,

D. Caloric, ....

1 . On Heat and Cold Generally, including Nature, Propaga-
tion, and Effects of Heat,

2. On the Sources of Heat and Cold,

a. Friction,

b. Chemical Action,

c. Change of State of Aggregation,

d. Animal Heat,

3. On the Economy and Economical Uses of Heat

E. Electricity, ...

1. Electricity in General,

2. Galvanism,

F. Magnetism,

III. Astronomy, . . •

A. Systematic and General Works,

B. Physical Astronomy,
c. Practical Astronomy,
D. History of Astronomy,

IV. Meteorology,

A. Meteorology in General,

B. Particular Departments of IMeteorology,

1. Atmospheric Evaporation,

2. Dew, Winds, Climate, and Barometrical Observations,

V. History and Objects of Mechanical Philosophy,
Appendix.

Works on Mathematics, .



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CHE3IISTRY.

I. Elementary and Systematic Works,

II. Collective Works, Essays, &c.



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III. General DocTuiNEs OF Chemistry, . . 234

A. Chemical Affinity, . • . . 234

B. Theory of Definite Proportions, . . 235
c Diffusion of Gases, .... 233
u. Combustion, .... 235

E. Calorie, ..... 235

F. Electricity and Galvanism, . . . 235

IV. Chemical Nomenclature, . . . 236

V. Works on Special Departments of Chemistry, 236
a. Inorganic Cheniistiy, .... 236

1. General Works on Inorganic Chemistry, . 236

2. Works on Particular Departments of Inorganic Chemistry, 236

a. Non-Metallic Substances, . . 236

b. Metals and their Compounds, . • . 237
B. Organic Chemistry, . . . 238

1. General Works on Organic Chemistry, . . 238

2. Works on Particular Departments of Organic Chemistry, 238

a. Animal Chemistry, . . . 238

b. Vegetable Chemistr}', . , . 238

VI. Works on Practical and Analytical Chemistry, . 2.38
A. General Works, .... 238
li. Works on Chemical Analysis in Particular, . , 239

1. Analysis of Animal Substances, . . 239

2. Analysis of Vegetable Substances, . . 239

3. Analysis of Minerals, . . . 239

4. Description and Uses of Chemical Apparatus, . 240

VII. Applications of Chemistry to the Arts, Agriculture,

&c. . . . . . 240

VIII. Works on Alchemy, . . . 240

IX. History and Objects of Chemistry, including Chemical
Controversy, . . . . 241

Chapter II. NATURAL HISTORY; including ZOOLOGY,
BOTANY, GEOLOGY, MINERALOGY, and MINER-
AL WATERS.

I. General and Collective Works on Natural History, 245

II. Natural History of Particular Countries and Places, 248

III. Particular Departments of Natural History, . 219
a. Zoology, .... 249

1. General Works on Zoology, . . . 249

2. Works on the Zoology of Particular Countries and Places, 251

3. Works on Particular Classes of Animals, . 251
a. Vertebrata, . . . .251

• a. Vertebrata Generally, . . 25 f

• b. Particular Classes of Vertebrata, . 252



CONTENTS,



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* * a. Mammalia,

* • b. Birds,

* • c. Reptiles,
" * d. Fishes,

b. Iiivertebrata,

* a. Invertebrata Generally,

* b. Particular Classes of Invertebrata,

* * a. MoUusca, including Conchology

* * b. Articulata,

* • c. Entozoa,
" * d. Zoophytes,

B. Botany, ....

1. General, Elementary, and Systematic Works,

2. Collective Works, Essays, &c.

3. Vegetable Anatomy and Physiology,

a. General Works,

b. Works on Particular Departments of Vegetable

Anatomy and Physiology,

* a. Anatomy and Physiology of Particular Parts of

Plants, ....

* b. Anatomy and Physiology of Particular Plants

and Classes of Plants,

* c. Works on Particular Doctrines in Vegetable

Physiology, . . . •

4- Descriptive Botany,

a. General Floras, ....

b. Floras of Particular Countries and Places,

* a Floras of Britain,

" * a. British Flora Generally,

* * 6. Descriptions of Particular Classes of Bri-

tish Plants,

* * c. Floras of Particular Parts of Britain,

* b- Floras of Foreign Countries,

c. Descriptions of Particular Classes or Families of Plants,

and of Individual Genera and Species, .

* a. Classes or Families of Plants,

* b- Individual Genera and Species,

5. Medical Botany,

a. General Works, ....

b. Particular Classes, Genera, and Species of Medical

Plants, ....

6. Diseases and Anomalies of Plants,

7. Geographical Distribution of Plants, .

8. Catalogues of Plants,

9. Botanical Nomenclature,

10. Fossil Botany, ....

11. History of Botany; including Botanical Biography and

Bibliography, . . , .

12. Agriculture and Gardening,



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CONTENTS.



c. Geology,

1 . General, Elementaiy, and Systematic Works,

2. Collective AV^orks, Essays, &c.

3. Geology of Particular Countries,
a. British Isles,

h- Foreign Countries,

4. Alines and Mining Operations,

5. Volcanoes and Earthquakes,

6. Fossil Remains, . .

D. Mineralogy, ....

1. General, Elementary, and Systematic Works,

2. Mineralogical Essays, Reports, &c.

3. Works on the Mineralogy of Particular Countries

Places, ....

4.. Treatises on Individual Minerals,

5. Works on Crystallography,

6. Mineralogy Applied to the Arts,

7. Analysis of Minerals,

E. Mineral Waters,

1. Works on Mineral Waters Generally,

2. Works on Particular Mineral Waters,
a. British,

6. Foreign, ....



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Chapter III. SCIENCE of the MIND; including METAPHY-
SICS and MORAL PHILOSOPHY, POLITICAL ECO-
NOMY, AND GENERAL EDUCATION.

I. Metaphysics and Moral Philosophy.

II. Political Economy,

III. General Education, ....



299
301
302



PART III.



LITERATURE.



Chapter L GENERAL LITERATURE,
Chapter IL CLASSICAL LITERATURE,
Chapter IIL GENERAL BIOGRAPHY,



305
309
311



CONTENTS. XXUl

Page.

Chapter IV. HISTORY and ANTIQUITIES, GEOGRA-
PHY, VOYAGES AND TRAVELS.

I. History and Antiquities, . , . 313

II. Geography, . . . . .314

III. Voyages and Travels, . . . 315

Chapter V. The ARTS, . . . .318



PART IV.
MISCELLANIES.



Chapter I. AGRICULTURE and HORTICULTURE, and
VETERINARY MEDICINE.

I. Agriculture and Horticulture, . . 321

II. Veterinary Medicine, .... 322

Chapter IL DICTIONARIES AND CYCLOPEDIAS.

I. General Dictionaries and Cyclopaedias, . 324

II. Dictionaries of various Languages, . . 325
HI. Bibliographical Dictionaries, . . 325

IV. Dictionaries of Natural History, . . 326

V. Dictionaries of Medical Science, . . 326

A. Practical Medicine and Medical Science Generally, 326

B. Particular Branches of Medical Science, . . 327

VI. Miscellaneous, . . • . 327

Chapter III. TRANSACTIONS, LAWS, &c. of SCIENTIFIC
SOCIETIES, and other ASSOCIATIONS.

I. Societies with General Scientific Objects, . 328

lit Societies for Cultivating Medical Science, . 331

III. Societies for Cultivating Natural History, 332

IV. Literary and Philosophical Societies, . 333

Chapter IV. CATALOGUES, VALUABLE LISTS, &c.

I. Catalogues of Books, . . . 334



XXIV CONTENTS.

Page.

A. General BibliograpLy, and Lists of Books on Particular Sub-

jects, ..... 334

B. Catalogues of Particular Libraries, . . 335
n. Catalogues of Collections of Natural History, 835
III. Catalogues of Collections of Anatomical Phepaha-

TI0N8, ..... 336

Chapter V. JOURNALS, REVIEWS, &c.

I. Medicine, . .... 337

A. Medical Science Generally, . . . 337

B. Particular Branches of Medical Science, . . 339
IL Chemistry, .... 339

III. Mining, . . . , .339

IV. Natural History, General Science, and Geography, 310

V. General Literature, . . . 341

VI. More than one of the above Subjects conjoined, 342



PART I.



MEDICINE.



Chapter I. Anatomy ; including Human and Co31pabative
Anatomy.

II. Physiology.

III. Materia Medica and Pharmacy ; including Hygiene,
and Therapeutics.

IV. General Pathology, and Practice of Physic.

V. Surgery.

\'I. iNIiDwiFERY, and Diseases of Women and Children.
VII. Medical Jurisprudence, and Medical Police.
\ III. Medical Literature.



CHAPTER I.



INCLUDIKG

HUMAN AND COMPARATIVE
A TT A T O M Y.



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HUMAN ANATOMY.



1. GENERAL ANATOMY.



A. SYSTEMATIC WORKS.

Bayle (A. L. J.) Manuel d'Anatomie Generale, 12mo, Paris, 1827.
Beclard (P. A.) Ele'mens d'Anatomie Generale, Svo, Paris, 1823.

The same Book, translated by Dr. Knox, 8vo, Edin. 1830.

Additions a I'Anatomie Generale de Xav. Bicliat, Svo, Paris, 1821,

Bicliat (Xavier) Anatomie Generale, 4 torn. Svo, Paris, 1801.
Chevalier (T.) Lectures on the General Structure of the Human Body,

&c. Svo, Lond. 1823.
Craio^ie (D.) Elements of General and Pathological Anatomy, Svo,

Edin. 1828. f2 copies. J
Elements of General, Special, and Comparative Anatomy, 4to,

Edin. 1831.
Dutrochet (M. H.) Kecherches Anatomiques et Physiologiques sur la

Structure intime des Auimaux et des Vege'taux, et sur leur Motilite,

Svo, Paris, 1824.
Gordon (John) System of Human Anatomy, vol. L Svo, Edin. 18 15.
Grainger (R. D.) Elements of General Anatomy, Svo, Lond. 1829.
Mascagni (Paul.) Prodromo della Grande Anatomia, fol. Firenze, 1819.
Tavole Figurate di alcune Parti Organiche esposte nel Prodromo

della Grande Anatomia, fol. Firenz. 1819.
Meckel (J. F.) Manuel d'Anatomie Generale, Descriptive et Patholo-

gique, 3 tomes, Svo, Paris, 1825.



B. WORKS ON PARTICULAR TEXTURES.

a. Bone.

Gagliardus (Dominus) Auatome Ossium, Svo, Lugd. Bat. 1723.
Havers (Clopton) Osteologia Nova, Svo, Lugd. Bat. 1691.
Kerckringius (Theod.) De" Osteogenic Foetuum, 4to, Amstel. 1670.

Idem Liber ext. in Op. Om. Anatom. 4to, Lugd. Bat. 1729.

Knolle (J. F.) De Ossium Ortu et Structura, 1760, ext. in Thesaur.

Sandifort. Tom. H.
Scarpa (Anton.) De Penitiori Ossium Structura, 4to, Lips, 1799.
De Anatome et Pathologia Ossium Commentarii, 4to, Ticini, 1827.

b. Muscle.

Muys (W. G.) Musculorum Artificiosa Fabrica, 4to, Lugd, Bat. 175i.
Prochaska (Georg.) De Came Musculari, Svo, Viennce, 1778.



HUMAN ANATOMY.



Steno (Nicolaus) De Musculis et Glandulis, 12mo, Lugd. Bat. 1GS3.
Stuart (Alexander) De Structura et Motu Musculari, 4to, Load. 1738.



c.



Membrane.



Bichat (X.) Traite des Membranes, 8vo, Paris, 1800.

Bonn (A.) De Continuationibus Membranarum, 1763, ext. in Thesaur.

Saudifort.
Bordeu (Theoph. de) Recherches sur le tissu Muqueux, 12mo, Paris,

1767.
Le meme CEuvre, ext. in CEuvres Complets par Richerand, Tom. L

8vo, Paris, 1818.
Panizza(B.) SuUe Membrane Mucose, ea,^ in Osservaz. Antrop. Zootom.
Fisiolo^. p. 83, fal. Pavia, 1830.

d. Brain and Nerve.

Barba (Anton.) Mikroskopische Beobachtungen iiber das Gehirn, 4to,

Wiirzburg, 1829,
Glasserus (Jo. H.) de Cerebro, cura Staehelin, 18mo, Basil, 1680.
Gordon (John) on the Structure of the Brain, with an Estimate of the

Claims of Drs. Gall and Spurzheim, &c. 8vo, Edin. 1817.
Lobstein (J. F,) De Nervi Sympathetici Humani Fabrica, Usu, et Mor-

bis Coramentatio, 4to, Paris, 1823.
Mayo (Herbert) on the Structure of the Brain, Cerebellum, Spinal

Cord, and Nerves, 8vo, Lond. 1822,
Series of Engravings on the Structure of the Brain and Spinal

Cord in Man, fol. Loud. 1827.
Pfeffinger (Jo.) De Structura Nervorum, ext. in Ludwig. Script, Neu-

rolog. Tom, I.
Reil (J. C,).De Structura Nervorum, fol. Halse, 1796.
Schiinberg (J. J.) Mikroskopische Beobachtungen iiber das Gehirn, &c.

4-to, Wiirzburg, 1829.
Weuzel (Jos. et Car.) De Penitiori Structura Cerebri Hominis et Bru-

torura, fol. Tub, 1812.
Willis (Th.) Cerebri Anatome, 4to, Lond, 1664,
i Idem liber ext, in Op, 2 tom. 4to, Genev, 1680.

Wutzer (Car, G.) De Corporis Humani Gangliorum Fabrica atque Usu,

4to, Berol, 1817.

e. Lungs.

Reisseisen (F, D.) De Fabrica Pulraonum Comraentatio, fol. Berol. 1822.

f. Gland.

Mueller (Johannes) De Glandularum Secernentium Structura Penitiore
earumque prima Formatione in Homine atque Animalibus, fol.
Lipsiae, 1830,

Nuck (A.) Adenographia, 12mo, Lugd, Bat, 1722,

Steno (N.^ De Glandulis, i2mo, Lugd. Bat. 1683,

Wharton (Tho.) Adenographia, 12rao, Lond. 1656,

Idem Iiber, 12mo, Noviomagi, 1664,

g. Epidermis.

Mayo (H.) On the Structure of Hoof, Horn, and Cuticle, Svo, Lond. 1822,
Panizza (B.) Sulla Cuticola, ext, in Osservaz. Antrop, Zootom. Fisiolog,
p. 83, fol. Pavia, 1830,



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II. DESCRIPTIVE ANATOMY.



A. SYSTEMATIC WORKS.

Aiken (John) Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 2 vols. 8vo,

Lond. 1786.
Albinus (Bernard Siegfried) Explanation of his Anatomical Plates, with

an account of the Work, 4to, Lond. 1754. f2 copies. J
Tabularum Anatomicarum Eustachii Explicatio ; et Tabularum

Ed. Nova, fol. Leid. 1744.

Annotationum Academicarura, lib. 8, 2 torn. 4to, Leid. 1 754-64.

Avicenna (Abu-Ali-Ibn-Tsiua) Observationes Anatomicse, ext. in Op.

Med. cura Costaei et Mougii, fol. Venet. 1564.
Barclay (J.) Introductory Lectures on Anatomy, with his Life, by Sir

G. Ballingall, 8vo, Edin. 1827. f2 copies.)
Bartliolinus (The.) Anatomia Reformata, ex Caspar. Bartholin. Parent.

Institut. 8vo, Hag. Comit. 1660.
Bell (John and Charles) Anatomy of the Human Body, 4 vols. 8vo,

Edin. 179.3—1804.

The same Book, Vol. H.

Anatomy and Physiology, 7th Ed. 3 vols. 8vo, Lond. 1829.

Bell (Sir Charles) System of Dissections, 3 vols. fol. Edin. 1798—1803,

Bianchi (J. B.) Orationes Anatomicae, &c. 2 tom. 4to, Genev. 1725.

Bichat (X.) Anatomic Descriptive, 3 tom. 8vo, Paris, 1801.

Bidloo (Godfried.) Anatomia Humani Corporis, fol. Amstel. 1685.

Blasius (Gerard.) Anatomia Hominis, 12mo, Amstel. 1673.

Bordeu (Theoph. de) Recherches Anatomiques, &c. par Richerand, 2 tom.

8vo, Paris, 1818.
Boyer (M. le Baron) Traite complet d' Anatomic, 4me Edit. 4 tom. 8vo,

Paris, 1815.
Caldani (L. M. A.) Icones Anatomicae, 3 tom. (in 4 compact.) fol.

Venet. 1801-13.

Iconum Anatomicarum Explicatio, 5 tom. fol. Venet. 1802-14.

Cheselden (Wm.) Anatomy of the Human Body, llth Edit. 8vo,

Lond. 1778.
Cloquet (J. H.) Traite d'Anatomie Descriptive, 2 tom. 8vo, Paris, 1816.

The same Book, translated by Dr. Knox, 8vo, Edin. 1828.

Cloquet (Hip.) Traite Complet de I'Anatomie de THomme, comparee a

celle des Animaux, 8 Livraisons, 4to, Paris, 1825-28. (unfinished. J
Collins (Sam.) System of the Anatomy of Man, and other AnimaJs, 2 vols.

fol. Savoy, Lond. 1685.
Cooper (B. B.) Lectures on Anatomy, 4 vols. 8vo, Lond. 1829-32.

The Same Book, Vol. I.

Craigie (D.) Elements of General, Special, and Comparative Anatomy,

4to, Edin. 1831. "
Cruveilhier (J.) Anatomic Descriptive, 4 tom. 8vo. Paris, 1834.
Diemerbroeck (Job.) Anatome Corporis Humani, 4 to, Genev. 1680.

Opera Omnia Anatomica et Medica, fol. Ultraj. 1C85.

Drake (James) System of Anatomy, 2d Edit. 2 vols. 8vo, Lond. 1717.
Eustachius (Berth.) Opuscula Anatomica, 8vo, Lugd. Bat. 1707.

Tabulae Anatomicae cum explicatione Albini, folio, Leidae, 1744.

Idem liber, Leidae, 1761.

Conimontarii in Tabulas Anatomicas, auctore G. Martinio, 8vo,

Edin. 1755.



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HUMAN ANATOMY.



Fabriciiis (Hierouyimis ab Acjiia l^eiidente) Opera Anatoniica, folio,

Patav. 1625.
Fallopiiis ((tabriel.) Opera Omnia, folio, Francof. Io84.
Observationes Anatoinicie, ext. in Vesal. Oper. Tom. II. p. 685.

Idem liber.

Fyfe (And.) Compendium of Anatomy, 2 vols. 12mo, (bound in one,)
Edin. 1800.

A System of Anatomy, 3 vols. 4to, Edin. 1800. f2 copies. J

Fyfe (A.) Plates to illustrate the Anatomy of the Human Body, 4to,

Editi. 1830.

Description of Anatomical Plates, 8vo, Edin. 1830.

Haller (A. Von) Disputationes Anatomicae Select*, 7 torn. 4to, Goett.

1750.

■ Icones Corporis Humani, fol, Goett. 1736-82.

Explicatio earundem, fol.

Heister (Laur.) Compendium Anatomicum, 12mo, Amst. 1733.

Compendium of Anatomy, 8vo, Loud. 1752.

L'Anatomie du Corps Humain,3 torn. 12mo, Paris, 1753. /^2 copies, J

Hunter (William) Lectures Introductory to Anatomy, 4to, Lond. 1784.
Jenty (A. N.) Lectures on the Human Structure and Animal Economy,

3 vols. 8vo, Lond. 1756.

Laurentius (A.) Anatomia Humani Corporis, folio, Paris, 1600.

Historia Anatomica Humani Corporis, 8vo, Lugd. Bat. 1623.

Leber (F.) Prselectiones Anatomicse, 8vo, Vindob. 1778.

Idem liber, cura Wilson, 8vo, Edin. 1790.

Lieutaud (Joseph) Essais Anatomiques, 8vo, Paris, 1766.

Lizars (John) System of Anatomical Plates, 5 vols. fol. Edin. 1823-26.

Explanation of the Plates, 5 vols. 8vo, Edin. 1823-26.

Loder (J. C.) Tabulae Anatomicae, 3 tom. fol. Vinarae, 1797.
Lyserus (M.) Culter Anatomicus, 8vo, Lugd. Bat. 1731.
Mangetus (Jo. J.) Bibliotheca Anatomica, 2 tom. fol. Genev. 1699.
Marjolin (J. N.) Manuel d' Anatomic, 2 tom. 8vo, Paris, 1815.
Martinius (Georg.) Commentarii in Eustachii Tabulas Anatomicas, 8vo,

Edin. 1755.
Meckel (Jo. Fr.) Manuel d' Anatomic Generale, Descriptive et Patholo-

gique, 3 tom. 8vo, Paris, 1825.
Monro (Alex. Tertius^ Outlines of the Anatomy of the Human Body,

4 vols. 8vo, Edin, 1813.

Elements of the Anatomy of the Human Body, 2 vols. 8vo, Edin.

1825.
Morgagni (Jo. Bapt.) Adversaria Anatomica, 4to, Lugd. Bat. 1723,
Nisbett (William) View of the Anatomy and Physiology of the Human

Body, ext. in Edinburgh School of Medicine, 4 vols. 8vo, Lond. 1802.
Northcote (William) Anatomy of the Human Body, 8vo, Lond. 1772,
Oribasius (Sard.) Opera Omnia, Amst. 1553, ext. in, Med, Art. Princ.

Tom. I.

Anatomia ex Libris Galeni, 4to, Lugd, Bat, 1735.

Person (M.) Elements of Anatomy, and of the .Animal Economy, by

Simmons, 8vo, Lond. 1775.
Portal (Le Baron) Cours d'Anatomie Medicale, 5 tom. 8vo, Paris, 1803.
Quain (Jones) Elements of Descriptive and Practical Anatomy, 8vo,

Lond. 1828.
Kiolanus (Joann.) Opuscula Anatomica Nova, 4to, Lond. 1649.
Sabatier (11. B.) Traite d'Anatomie, 3 tom. 8vo, Paris, 1781.
Sandifort (Gerard.) Tabular Anaton)ica', fol. Lugd. Bat. 1801.
Santorinus (J. D.) Observationes Anatomic*, 4to, Lugd. Bat. 1739.



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Santorinus (J. D,) Tabulse Anatomicas, cum aliis Mich. Girardi de Stnic-
tuni Mamiiiarum, et de Tunica Testis Vag-inali, 4to, Parmie, 177.5.

Soemmerrinrr (S, T.) De Corporis Humani Fabrica, G torn, (in 5 compact.)
8vo, Traject. ad Moenum, HO^.

Spigelius (Adrian) De Corporis Humani Fabricu libri 10, 4to, Fran-
cof. 163-2.

Sylvius (F. de Le Boe) Dictata ad Casp. Bartholiui Institutiones Ana-
tomicas, ext. in Op. Omn. 4to, Amstel. 1680.

Vaugban (W.) Exposition of the Principles of Anatomy and Physiology,
2 vols. 8vo, Lond. 1791.

Verheyen (P.) Anatomia Corporis Humani, 2 tom. 8vo, Amstelod. 1731.

Vesalius (And.) Anatomia Corporis Humani, fol. Amst. 1617.

Idem Liber ext. in Op. Omu. cura Boerhaavii et Albini, 2 tom. fol.

Lugd. Bat. 1725.

Vesslingius (J.) Syntagma Anatomicum, 4to, Traject. ad Rhen. 1695.
Vicq D'Azyr (F.) Traite' d' Anatomic et de Physiologic, Tom. 1. foL
Paris, 1786.

CEuvres, 6 tomes, 8vo, Paris, 1805,

Planches au meme, 4to, Paris, 1805.

Winslow (J. B.) Anatomy of the Human Body, trans, from the French,

by Douglas, 4to, Lond. 1732.
The same book, 5th Edit. 2 vols. 8vo, Edin. 1763.



B. M'ORKS ON PARTICULAR ORGANS.

1. ORGANS OF LOCOMOTION,

a. Bones.

Albinus (Bernard. Siegfried.) De Ossibus Corporis Humani, 8vo, Lugd.

Bat. 1726.

Icones Ossium Fcetils Humani, cum Brevi Osteogenise Historia, -ito,

Lugd. Bat. 1737.
Tables of the Skeleton and Muscles of the Human Body, fol. Lond.

1749.
^— Tabulae Ossium Humanorum, fol. Leid. 1753.
— — De Sceleto Humano, 4to, Leid. 1762.

Bell (John) Engravings of the Bones, Muscles, and Joints, 4to, Edin. 1794.
Bernhold (J. G. J.) De Ossibus et Ligamentis Corporis Humani, 12mo,

Norimb. 1794.
Gordon (John) Engravings of the Human Skeleton, 8vo, Edin. 1818.
Kerckringius (Theod.) De Osteogenia Foetuum, 4to, Amstel. 1670.

Idem Liber, ext. in Op. Om. Anatora. 4to, Lugd. Bat. 1729.

Mitchell (Edward) Engravings of the Human Skeleton, and of those of

some of the lower Animals, with Explanations by Dr. John Barclay,

Parts L and II. 4to. Edin. 1819-20.

The Same Book, New Edition by Dr. Knox,4to, li.(l\a. 1829. (2copies.)

Monro (Alex. PriwMs) Anatomy of the Human Bones and Nerves, &c.

5th edit. 12mo, Edin. 1750.

The same Book, ext. in Op. Om. edited by his Son, 4to, Edin. 1781-

The same Book, with Notes, &c. by Jeremiah Kirby, 12mo,

Edin. 1817.
Paaw (Pelrus) De Humani Corporis Ossibus, 4to, Amst. 161S,

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b. Muscles.

Albiims (B. S.) Tabulie Musculorum Hominis, fol. Lond. 1747-50.

Tables of the Skeleton and IMuscles of the Human Body, fol.

Lond. 1749.
Bell (John) Engravings of tlie Bones, Muscles, and Joints, 4to,

Edin. 1794.
Browne (John) Myofrraphia Nova, cum Iconibus, fol. Amstel. 1694.
Cassibohm (J. F.) Methodus secandi et contemplandi Corporis llumani

Muscnlos, limo, Halae Magdeb. 1740.
Cowper (Wm.) On the Muscles, fol. Lond. 1784.
Innes (John) On the Muscles, L2mo, Edin. 1776.
Mitchell (Edward) Engravings of the Muscles of the Human Body, with

Descriptions by Dr. Knox, 4to, Edin. 1832. (2 copies.)
Sandifort (Ed.) Descriptio Musculorum Hominis, 4to. Lugd. Bat. 1781.
Tuson (Ed. Wm.) Myology, fol. Lond. 1825.
Supplement to the same, fol. Lond. 1828.

c. Ligaments and Burste Mucosae.

Bell (John) Engravings of the Bones, Muscdes, and Joints, 4to, Edin. 1794.
Bernhold (J. G. J.) De Ossibus et Ligamentis Corporis Humani, 12mo,

Norimb. 1794.
Cooper (B. B.) A Treatise on the Ligaments, 4to, Lond. 1825. {"2 copies. J
Koch (C. M.) De Bursis Tendinum Mucosis, 8vo, Lips. 1785, ext. in

Frank. Del. Tom. X. p. 140.
Lizars (Alex. J.) Essay on the Knee Joint, 8vo, Edin. 1831.
Mitchell (E.) Engravings of the Ligaments of the Human Body, M'ith

Descriptions by Dr. Knox, 4to, Edin. 1834.
Monro (Alex. Secundus) Description of all the Bursse Mucosae of the

Human Body, &c. with Tables, foL Edin. 1788.
Schwencke (Th.) Haematologia, necnon De Ligameuto Acetabuli In-

terno, 8vo. Hagaj, 1743.
Weitbrecht (Jos.) Syndesmologia, 4to, Petrop. 1742.
■ Le meme livre, traduit par Durand, 12mo, Paris, 1752.



2. ORGANS OF DIGESTION.

a. Teeth.

Bell (Th.) Anatomy, &c. of the Teeth, 8vo, Lond. 1829.

Blake (Rob.) On the Structure and Formation of the Teeth, 8vo,

Dub. ISOl.
Delabarre (C. F.) Traite de la Seconde Dentition, 8vo, Paris, 1819.
Fox (Joseph) On the Natural History of the Human Teeth, 4to,

Lond. 180.3.
Hunter (John) Natural History of the Human Teeth, 4to, Lond. 1771.
Koecker (L.) Principles of Dental Surgery, 8vo, Lond. 1826.
Parmly (L. S.) Lectures on the Natural History and Management of the

Teeth, 8vo, Lond. 1820.
Ruspini (B.) Treatise on the Teeth, 12mo, Lond. N. D.

b. Salivary Apparatus.

Bartholinus (Caspar) De Ductu Salivali, 12mo, Ultraject. 1685.
Nuck (Ant.) Sialographia, 12mo, Lugd. Bat. 1690.

Idem liber, 12mo, Lugd. Bat. 1723.

Vaterus (Ah.) De Ductibus Excretoriis Salivse, 4to, Lugd. Bat. 1723.



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c. Gullet, Stomach, and Intestines.



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Bleuland (Janus) Observationes Anatomico-Medica; de Oesophagi Struc-

tura, 4to, Lugd. Bat. 1785.
Claussen (Laur.) De Duodeni Intestini Situ et Nexu, Lips. 1757, ext. in

Sandif. Thes. Tom. III.
Glisson (F.) De Ventriculo et lutestinis, 12mo, Amstel. 1769.
Hare, (Thomas) A View of the Structure, Functions, and Disorders of

the Stomach, 8vo, Lond. 1821.
LevelinfT (H. P.) Dissertatio Anatomico-Physiologica de Pyloro, Argent.

1764', ext. in Sand. Thesaur. Tom. III.
Ludwig (C.F.) I cones Cavitatum Thoracis et Abdominis, foi. Lips-

1789.
Sandifort (Ed.) Tabuke Duodeni, 4to, Lugd. Bat. 1780.

d. Liver.

Bianchi (J. B.) Historia Hepatica, et Orationes Anatoraicse, 2 torn. 4to,

(ienev. 172o.
Glisson (F.) Anatomia Hepatis, 12mo, Lond. 1654.

Idem liber, 12mo, Amst. 1665.



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