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Lot 127

Lautaret (Marc-Antoine) Quelques Considérations Générales sur l'Éducation Physique des Enfans, Montpellier, 1802 & others, medicine (7)

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Lautaret (Marc-Antoine) Quelques Considérations Générales sur l'Éducation Physique des Enfans, modern boards, Montpellier, [1802] § Wardrop (James) History of James Mitchell, a Boy born Blind and Deaf, with an account of the operation performed for the recovery of his sight, traces of contemporary inscription at head of title (mostly erased), disbound, 1813 § Barclay (W.) Callirhoe; commonly called the Well of Spa, or the Nymph of Aberdene, browned, later boards, uncut, lower cover detached, Aberdeen, 1799 § Maclean (Charles) Observations on Quarantine..., presentation copy from the author inscribed at head of title, disbound, Liverpool, 1824 § Lewis (T.R.) and D.D.Cunningham. A Report of Microscopical & Physiological Researches into the Nature of the Agent or Agents producing Cholera, folding chromolithographed plate, ex-Linnean Society library stamp on verso of title and upper cover, front free endpaper loose, original cloth-backed printed boards, Calcutta, 1872 § Dupuytren (G., Baron) On the Injuries and Diseases of Bones, J.Langdon H.Down's copy with his bookplate, contemporary calf, spine gilt, 1847, all but the first rubbed or worn; and a duplicate of the fourth, 4to & 8vo (7)

⁂ The first is a treatise on childhood health and hygiene and discusses diet, the importance of play and physical exercise, and the damage caused by corporal punishment. WorldCat lists only 4 copies (BL, 2 in France, & Harvard).

John Langdon Haydon Down (1828-96), physiologist and psychiatrist who devoted himself to the care of gravely neglected mentally handicapped children, and who classified the syndrome which was subsequently named after him.

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Lautaret (Marc-Antoine) Quelques Considérations Générales sur l'Éducation Physique des Enfans, modern boards, Montpellier, [1802] § Wardrop (James) History of James Mitchell, a Boy born Blind and Deaf, with an account of the operation performed for the recovery of his sight, traces of contemporary inscription at head of title (mostly erased), disbound, 1813 § Barclay (W.) Callirhoe; commonly called the Well of Spa, or the Nymph of Aberdene, browned, later boards, uncut, lower cover detached, Aberdeen, 1799 § Maclean (Charles) Observations on Quarantine..., presentation copy from the author inscribed at head of title, disbound, Liverpool, 1824 § Lewis (T.R.) and D.D.Cunningham. A Report of Microscopical & Physiological Researches into the Nature of the Agent or Agents producing Cholera, folding chromolithographed plate, ex-Linnean Society library stamp on verso of title and upper cover, front free endpaper loose, original cloth-backed printed boards, Calcutta, 1872 § Dupuytren (G., Baron) On the Injuries and Diseases of Bones, J.Langdon H.Down's copy with his bookplate, contemporary calf, spine gilt, 1847, all but the first rubbed or worn; and a duplicate of the fourth, 4to & 8vo (7)

⁂ The first is a treatise on childhood health and hygiene and discusses diet, the importance of play and physical exercise, and the damage caused by corporal punishment. WorldCat lists only 4 copies (BL, 2 in France, & Harvard).

John Langdon Haydon Down (1828-96), physiologist and psychiatrist who devoted himself to the care of gravely neglected mentally handicapped children, and who classified the syndrome which was subsequently named after him.

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