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Parvus Cato Magnus Cato. Translated by Benet Burgh. Printed at Westminster by William Caxton about the year 1477.

By: CAXTON, William.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Cambridge:, at the University Press, 1906.: 1906

Seller ID: M8772

268 x 177 mm. 8vo. [66] pp. Green cloth-backed wrappers; worn, upper spine chipped. Very good. Facsimile reprinted from the second of eight tracts contained in a volume of small pieces chiefly by Chaucer and Lydgate, collected by John Moore and presented to the University of Cambridge in 1715 by King George the First. Limited edition of 250 copies. View more info

[Photocopy] Freier Berg und vermessenes Erbe; Untersuchungen zur Fruhgeschchte des Freiberger Bergbaus und zur Entwicklung des Erbbereitens.

By: CLAUSS, Herbert; Siegfried KUBE.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Berlin:, Akademie-Verlag, [n.d.].:

Seller ID: BL3145

[Photocopy, originally printed in 1957]. Series: Freiberger Forschungshefte; Kultur und Technik, D 21. 21 cm. 214 leaves. Illus. Quarter red cloth over black and gray marbled boards, hand-printed spine label. Very good. View more info

The Cures of the Diseased in Forraine Attempts of English Nation, London 1598; Reproduced in Facsimile with Introduction and Notes by Charles Singer.

By: WATESON, George.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Oxford:, Clarendon Press, 1915.: 1915

Seller ID: BL3340

20 cm. [xiv], 28, [5]. pp. Illus. Black-stamped cream textured boards. Burndy bookplate. Very good+ See Garrison and Morton 2262 for the original edition of 1598, with the authorship of George Wateson. Written under the anonymity of initials, Singer proves this work to have been the production of George Whetstone and shows that it was seen in manuscript by Hakluyt and William Gilbert. It is the first work in the English language on tropical diseases and considers sunstroke, tabordilla (possibly typhus or yellow fever), prickly heat, dysentery, erysipelas and scurvy. At the time of printing th... View more info