Philadelphia: Haswell, Barrington, and Haswell, 1837. First American Edition. Leather. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Good. Item #005486226
Three works bound in one: 126; 111; 154pp., all published by Haswell et al, in 1837. Bound in period calf over boards. Spine rubbed (lacking title labels), boards rubbed along the edges especially at the corners, and front hinge split (but intact); interior has moderate foxing, and toning to the pages, with previous owner's signature "Charles Henry Payn (M.D.?] to ffep and at the top of one text page. Overall a Good copy. Full titles: A Treatise on Tetanus, being the Essay for which the Jacksonian Prize, for the Year 1834, was Awarded, by the Royal College of surgeons, in London / Practical Observations on Diseases of the Heart, Lungs, Stomach, Liver, &c., Occasioned by Spinal Irritation: and on the Nervous System in General, as a Source of Organic Disease, Illustrated by Cases / Lectures on Subjects Connected with Clinical Medicine.