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"The art of Surgery, in which is laid down such a general idea of the same as is founded upon reason, confirm'd by practice, and farther illustrated with many singular and rare cases medico-chirurgical; in two volumes. The fifth edition corrected. By Daniel Turner, M.D., of the College of Physicians in London. Vol. i.," containing sections 1–5, 18th century

MS. Rawl. C. 295

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Dedicated to Dr. Thos. Crow.

Appended (at p. 460) are, "Some modest animadversions on Dr. Harris's Dissertationes Medicœ, especially his thirteenth, De erroribus chirurgorum."

At the end, besides a table of cases, and an "Index Rerum," is (at fol. 271) section 10 from vol. ii. (treating of Procidentia uteri and Prolapsus ani), formerly bound up with MS. Rawl. C. 296.

(fols. 1–24) consist of an entry-book of a Customhouse guager, marked with the name of Benj. Turner, Sep 1745.


  • Creation: 18th century


287 Leaves

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Rawl. C. 295


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