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1 CUTTER, Calvin (1807-1873?). New analytic anatomy, physiology and hygiene, human and comparative. For colleges, academies and families. With questions.
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, [1871]. 1871 
198 x 137 mm. 8vo. 322, vii, [1 blank], (3)-66, [ads 10] pp. Frontis., 226 figs., glossary, index; offsetting at pages 20-21 in the rear. Modern quarter black morocco, cloth sides, gilt spine, new end-leaves. Ownership signature of Lora Reynolds, Tecumseh, Nebraska, with her notes in preliminaries. Very good. Calvin Cutter studied medicine at Dartmouth University, graduating in 1832. After practicing medicine in small towns in New Hampshire, Cutter embarked upon a career as a medical lecturer throughout the United States. His first publication for the lay public was First book on anatomy and physiology (Boston, 1847). This was an elementary work intended for individuals with little medical knowledge. It contained many practical suggestions for maintaining good hygiene, a glossary of scientific terms, and a section of poisons and their antidotes. It was very popular; 500,000 copies were sold by 1871. This is an expanded edition, prepared as a textbook for schools, colleges, and families. Cordasco 70-0804; Heirs of Hippocrates 1695 & 1696 (Boston, 1847; Boston, 1849). 
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2 SAVAGE, William G. "Experimental evidence of a heat-resistant gastro-intestinal irritant produced by bacilli of the salmonella group."
Reprint from: The Journal of Hygiene, Vol. XXXIII, No. 2, (29 April 1933). Cambridge: 
Cambridge University Press, (1933). 259 x 178 mm. 8vo. (233)-244 pp. 5 tables. Printed wrappers; folded. "Author’s Presentation Copy" printed on top cover. Ownership signature. Good. 
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