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Anatomia del Cocchi. p. 4 to.
1815 Catalogue, page 43. no. 3, as above.
COCCHI, Antonio.
Dell’ Anatomia discorso d’Antonio Cocchi Mugellano. Firenze: nella stamperia di Gio. Batista Zannoni, 1745.
QM21 .C7
First Edition. 4to. 46 leaves; title printed in red and black, engraving on the title by G. T. Vercruijsse and on the last leaf (unsigned).
Surgeon General’s Library Catalogue I, iii, 237.
This book has no marks of Jefferson ownership, but, in view of the fact that the Anatomy books in his collection were not destroyed by the fire of 1851, it seems probable that this is his copy. It was rebound by the Library of Congress in 1915 with a modern bookplate, and the identification lost.
Antonio Cocchi, 1695-1758, Italian natural philosopher. See also no. 916.
Winslow’s Anatomy translated by Douglas. 4 to.
1815 Catalogue, page 43. no. 10, as above.
WINSLOW, Jakob Benignus.
An Anatomical Exposition of the Structure of the Human Body. By James Benignus Winslow . . . Translated from the French Original, by G. Douglas, M.D. Illustrated with copper plates. Vol. I. The Fourth Edition, corrected. London: Printed for R. Ware, J. Knapton, S. Birt, T. and T. Longman [and others], 1756.
QM21 .W77
2 vol. in 1. 4to. 179 and 187 leaves: A 4, a-b 4, B-Z, Aa-Uu, A-Z, Aa-Zz 4, Aaa 2, 4 folded plates at the end. In this edition the two volumes are made up as one, sig. Uu 4 has the half-title for vol. II for which there is no full title-page, separate pagination.
Rebound in red buckram, by the Library of Congress with a late bookplate. Initialled by Jefferson at sigs. I and T in the first alphabet.
From the library of Doctor James Blair with his name stamped in red ink on the title-page. This book may have come to Jefferson with the library of George Wythe, who bought some of James Blair’s books after his death and who bequeathed his own library to Jefferson.
Jakob Benignus Winslow, 1669-1760, Danish anatomist resident in Paris where he was Professor of Anatomy. The original French edition of this work was published in Paris in 1729; the first edition of this translation, frequently reprinted, in London, 1733.
James Blair, 1655-1743, was the founder and the first President of William and Mary College.
Leçons d’Anatomie comparée de Cuvier. 2. v. 8 vo.
1815 Catalogue, page 43. no. 6, as above.
CUVIER, Georges Léopold Chrétien Fréderic Dagobert, baron.
Leçons d’Anatomie Comparée de G. Cuvier . . . Recueillies et publiées sous ses yeux par C. Duméril, chef des travaux anatomiques de l’École de Médicine de Paris. Tome I [-II] . . . Paris: Baudouin, Imprimeur de l’Institut National des Sciences et des Arts, An VIII [1800].
QL805 .C98
First Edition. 2 vol. 8vo. vol. I, 279 leaves; 7 large folded tables (should be 9, the 4th and the 7th are lacking); vol. II, 360 leaves; printer’s monogram on the title-pages, advertisement on the verso of Xx 6 in vol. II. On the title-page of Tome I after the volume number is Contenant les Organes du Mouvement , and of Tome II, Contenant les Organes des Sensations .
Quérard II, page 364.
Surgeon General’s Library Catalogue II, iii, 1089.
Bound for Jefferson in tree calf, gilt backs with red and green labels lettered in gilt, marbled end papers, by John March. Initialled by Jefferson at sigs. I and T. With the Library of Congress 1815 bookplates.
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