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Johann Friedrich Carthesuser & D. Carolo Strack
1772 - Two Scarce Medical Works - Strack & Cartheuser - Sturdy Modern Binding
Joan Joseph Alef & Godofredum Braun, 1772. Two scarce works bound in one half-leather modern binding: 1) Dissertatio Inauguralis Medica de Febre Pitutiosa quam Ad Majorem Dei O.M. Gloriam, D. Carolo Strack, October 1781, apud Joan. Joseph. Alef, Moguntiae, 44 pages. 2) Morbis Endemiis Libellus, apud Anton Godofredum Braun, 1772, 361 pages plus index. In good condition. Binding is modern, however adds security when handling. Previous owner's name on front end page. Light foxing and rippling to both works. Unmarked. Binding tight and intact. Please see photos. Johann Friedrich Cartheuser was a German physician and naturalist. In 1740 he was appointed professor of chemistry, pharmacy and materia medica at the University of Frankfurt and der Oder, and shortly afterward to the chair of anatomy and botany. He was also appointed rector of the University, and continued to hold his appointments till his death. His chief merit consists in having introduced the method of submitting the various substances of materia mediaca to a strict ordeal of chemical analysis. He analyzed a great number of plants and other substances, and gave an exact account of the elements which create their composition. RAREE1772FOPA. [Attributes: First Edition]
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