Category: Veterinary Medicine


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A sterotaxic atlas of the diencephalon of the cat.

By: JASPER, Herbert H. & Cosimo AJMONE-MARSAN.

Price: $19.60

Publisher: Ottawa:, The National Research Council of Canada, n.d.,

Large 8vo. 15, [52] pp. Illus.; ms. writing on title and rear free paste down, underlining, tear repaired with tape, pages loose. Quarter black cloth, bumped. Good. View more info

The Nine Circles, or the Torture of the Innocent. Being Records of Vivisection, English and Foreign … With an Introduction by Edward Berdoe.


Price: $175.00

Publisher: London:, Swan Sonnenschein, 1893., 1893

Small 8vo. xxviii, 147 pp. Index. Early full gilt stamped red and black cloth; extremities rubbed, very slight staining to head of front board and spine, inner hinges cracked. Early ownership signature and bookplate of C. D. T. James. Very good. Second edition, revised. Study of vivisection funded by the Society for the Protection of Animals From Vivisection, and featuring chapters on: mangling, artificial disease, poisoning, suffocation, burning and freezing, starvatio... View more info

“Arsenic as a remedy for the tsetse bite.” In: British Medical Journal, No. LXX, New Series, May 1, 1858

By: LIVINGSTONE, David (1813-1873)

Price: $350.00

Publisher: London:, British Medical Association, 1858

London:: British Medical Association. 1858. paperback. 11. 283 x 198 mm. 4to. Pages 360-361. [Entire issue: [ii], 345-364, [iii-iv] pp.] Self wraps; folded ... with newspaper rubber stamp on top cover. Very good. . FIRST EDITION. “Livingstone was probably the first to administer arsenic for the treatment of ‘nagana’, a disease of horses caused by trypanosomes. This followed a suggestion by James Braid.” Garrison and Morton. DNB, XI, pp. 1263-1275; Encyclopædia B... View more info