Lexicon physico-medicum: or, a new medicinal dictionary; explaining the difficult terms used in the several branches of the profession, and in such parts of natural philosophy as are introductory thereto … The third edition …

London, Osborn and Longman, 1726.

8vo, pp. xvi, 480; woodcut diagrams; leaf G7 torn away, stub remaining; one or two leaves with black spots, occasional foxing and smudging, else a good copy in contemporary panelled calf, rubbed, front board detached; numerous contemporary ink caricatures to preliminary leaves, remains of red seal wax, contemporary ownership inscription ?Sheatsley to preliminaries, and ?Doctor Young to front board; bookplate of J. E. R. McDonagh.

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Third edition, first published 1719, ‘with new improvements from the latest chymical and mechanical authors’.

This copy belonged to James Radclyffe McDonagh (1881–1965), a British surgeon and author.

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