An essay on the disease called yellow fever; with observations concerning febrile contagion, typhus fever, dysentery, and the plague, partly delivered as the Gulstonian lectures, before the College of Physicians, in the years 1806 and 1807.

Baltimore Published by Cushing & Jewett; J. Robinson, printer, 1820 Ex Libris 8vo(21.5 x 13 cm). Rebound in tan buckram. Ex Libris. Collation: xxiv, [25]- 526 p.+ large folding table. Binding with author, title, and date stamped in black on spine. Title and author stamped in black on cover, new end papers. Institutional stamp on title and last page. Withdrawn stamp present on p. iii. Moderate foxing is present along with damp staining in upper gutter region that affects some letters of text. Good + Hardcover (Item ID: 000071)


This is the first American edition of Bancroft lectures that were first published in London in 1811. Davidge undertook to republish these lectures and added his notes (p. 515 &519).

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