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Transaction of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Vol XIV Part I 1839 By Sir Charles Bell, of the Third Pair of Nerves, Being the First of a Series of Papers in Explantion of the Difference in the Origins of the Nerves of the Encephalon
Neill and Co., Old Fish Market Edinburgh 1839 - Very good condition, pages 1-358, brown thin board binding, 16 original papers: On Terrestial Magnetic Intensity by James David Forbes (1809-1868) a Scottish physicist from Edinburgh and a pioneer in the study of radiant heat in tourmaline cyrstals. Sir Charles Bell (1774-1842) leading anatomist, physiologist and neurologist at Edinburgh. He recognized that lesions of the seventh nerve could give rise to facial palsy (Bell palsy). 0.0 Third Pair of Nerves, Being the First of a Series of Papers in Explantion of the Difference in the Origins of the Nerves of the Encephalon (with woodcut plate) Poisonous properties of Hemlock, alkaloid, by Robert Christison Invention of Pantograph, William Wallace A pantograph is a mechanical linkage connected in a manner based on parallelograms so that the movement of one pen, in tracing an image, produces identical movements in a second pen. A more complicated version called the eidograph was developed by William Wallace (1768–1843) in 1831. Single and Correct Vision by W P Alison 4 plates, 1 foldable [Attributes: Soft Cover]
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