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A compendious system of anatomy: In six parts. Part I. Osteology. II. Of the muscles, etc. III. Of the abdomen. Part IV. Of the thorax. V. Of the brain and nerves. VI. Of the senses.

Fyfe, Andrew ; Bell, Andrew ; et al.
S.l. [[Chester, Vt]: Extracted from the American edition of the Encyclopedia; now publishing, by Thomas Dobson, at the stone-house, in Second-Street, Philadelphia [Readex, a division of Newsbank, Inc]: 1790
Online Monograph, Electronic Resource - 88, 753-760, 97-105, [1] p., xix-xxx leaves of plates ; ill ; 30 cm. (4to)

Title:
A compendious system of anatomy: In six parts. Part I. Osteology. II. Of the muscles, etc. III. Of the abdomen. Part IV. Of the thorax. V. Of the brain and nerves. VI. Of the senses.
Uniform title: Encyclopaedia : or, A dictionary of arts, sciences, and miscellaneous literature
Author / Contributor: Fyfe, Andrew ; Bell, Andrew ; Scot, Robert ˜[engraver]œ ; Thackara, James ˜[engraver]œ
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Publication: S.l. [[Chester, Vt]: Extracted from the American edition of the Encyclopedia; now publishing, by Thomas Dobson, at the stone-house, in Second-Street, Philadelphia [Readex, a division of Newsbank, Inc], 1790
Media Type: Monograph
Carrier Type: Electronic Resource
Pagination: 88, 753-760, 97-105, [1] p., xix-xxx leaves of plates ; ill ; 30 cm. (4to)
Subject heading:
  • Human anatomy
Additional details:
  • Online-Ressource [Kann nicht per Fernleihe bestellt werden!]
  • Attributed to Andrew Fyfe by Austin. - Austin, R.B. Early Amer. medical imprints, 798. - Bristol, B7365. - Plates engraved by Robert Scot and James Thackara, after those by Andrew Bell in the third edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica. - Shipton & Mooney, 45875
  • hbz Verbund-ID: TT050354996

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