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DRAKE, James (1667--1707)
Anthropologia nova: or, a new system of anatomy. Describing the animal oeconomy, and a short rationale of many distempers incident to human bodies. Illustrated with above fourscore figures, drawn after the life. By James Drake, M.D. ... The third edition with additions. With a preface by W. Wagstaffe, M.D. ... Vol. I. (II.)
London: printed for W. and J. Innys, 1727.
3 vols ; 19.8 cm. (8º)
I: xii, [4], 188 p., frontis. port., X fold. pl.
II: [4], 189--448, [16] p., XI--XXVI [i.e. 16] fold. pl.
III: [2], 95, [1] p., LI pl.

First published in 1707. Chapter X of book III 'Of the nose' is by William Cooper. An appendix to this edition was issued in 1728 (q.v.). Volume II has a list of books printed for William and John Innys facing the title-page and another on the final page. ESTC t148837.

Copy Notes Bought as a set with the Appendix, 1728 (q.v.) from Thomas Boone for 4s. 6d., 24 December 1805 (paid 25 December 1806). (Spiers Box). Inscribed in pencil on vol. I front free-endpaper 3 vols =4s=6d / many plates / c.

Binding C18th sprinkled calf, gilt double-ruled boards and spines, brown morocco spine-labels.

Reference Number 4559


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