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Reynolds-Finley Historical Library Virtual Tour: Bibliography

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Aubry, C. (1823). Album comique de pathologie pittoresque: Recueil de vingt caricatures médicales. Ambroise Tardieu. Catalog record:

Baskin, L. (1972). Ars anatomica: A medical fantasia, thirteen drawings. Medicina Rara. Catalog record:

Cowper, W. (1750). Anatomia corporum humanorum, centum et viginti tabulis...: Amplius explicata, multisque novis anatomicis inventis, medicis chirurgicisque observationibus aucta. Nicolaus Muntendam. Catalog record:

Cruikshank, G. (1826). Phrenological illustrations: Or, An artist's view of the craniological system of Doctors Gall and Spurzheim. Published by the author. Catalog record:

Dagley, R. (1828). Death's doings: Consisting of numerous original compositions, in verse and prose, the friendly contributions of various writers; principally intended as illustrations of thirty copper-plates. (Second edition). C. Ewer. Catalog record:

Guazzo, F. (1929). Compendium maleficarum: Collected in 3 books from many sources by Brother Francesco Maria Guazzo, showing the iniquitous and execrable operations of witches against the human race, and the divine remedies by which they may be frustrated. (Reprint). John Rodker. Catalog record:

Liceti, F. (1634). De monstrorum caussis, natura, et differentiis libri duo... (Second edition). Paolo Frambotto. Catalog record:

Paré, A. (1634T). The workes of that famous chirurgion Ambrose Parey: Translated out of Latine and compared with the French. Thomas Cotes and Robert Young. Catalog record:

Pomet, P. (1725). A compleat history of drugs. R. and J. Bonwicke, et al. Catalog record:

Rāzī, A. (1388 translation). Ninth Book of the Al'Mansuri (Liber Nonus ad Almansorem). Unpublished manuscript. Digitized version:

Smith, S. (1827). Use of the dead to the living: From the Westminster review. Websters and Skinners. Catalog record:

Thacher, J. (1831). An essay on demonology, ghosts and apparitions, and popular superstitions: Also, an account of the witchcraft delusion at Salem in 1692. Carter and Hendee. Catalog record:

Vesalius, A. (1543). Andreae Vesalii Bruxellensis, scholae medicorum Patauinae professoris, suorum de humani corporis fabrica librorum epitome. Johannes Oporinus. Catalog record:

Wilkinson, C. H. (1804). Elements of Galvanism, in theory and practice: With a comprehensive view of its history, from the first experiments of Galvani to the present time: containing also, practical directions for constructing the Galvanic apparatus, and plain systematic instructions for performing all the various experiments. John Murray. Catalog record:

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