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JOHNSON, James (ed.).
The Medico-Chirurgical Review, New Series. Conducted by Associated Physicians and Surgeons. SUBSEQUENTLY: The Medico-Chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine.

A discontinuous run, as follows : Volume 2. 1825 - V. 3. 1825. With 3 fine, folding engraved plates of surgical instruments by WEISS, London. PLUS 1 engraved, folding plate of Snell's Rhinoplasty - V. 5. 1826 - V. 7. 1827 - V. 13. 1830 - V. 16. 1832 - V. 17. 1832 - V. 20. 1834. WITH General Index to New Series, v.I to v.XX 1824-1834, plus Index to vols. for June 1820 to April 1824 - V. 24. 1836 - V. 25. 1836 - V. 30. 1839. With engraved portrait of James Johnson - V. 31. 1839 - V. 32. 1840 - V. 33. 1840 - V. 34. 1841 - V. 35. 1841.

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TOTAL 16 volumes in contemporary half calf and marbled boards, spines variously rubbed and worn, in half a dozen volumes, the spines are torn at the head, in one case nearly detached, but all joints are intact and apart from some scattered marginal pencil annotation, contents clean and in good order.

*It is difficult to find even a broken run of this journal - each volume is substantial, approx. pp. 600, with excellent reviews of titles now very scarce and costly, plus a certain amount of original material in the form of letters to the editor and brief comments.

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