NIGRISOLI (Francesco Maria). Febris China... - Lot 119 - Gros & Delettrez

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NIGRISOLI (Francesco Maria). Febris China... - Lot 119 - Gros & Delettrez
NIGRISOLI (Francesco Maria). Febris China Chinæ expugnata, seu Illustr. aliquot virorum opuscula, quæ veram tradunt methodum, febres China Chinæ curandi. Collegit, argumenta, notas, observationes addidit Franciscus Maria Nigrisolus, medicus Ferrariensis. Editio altera, ab auctore recognita, emendata, plurimisq. observationibus aucta. Ferrariae, apud Lilium, 1700. In-4, [12] f., 329 p., [1] f. (privil.), fr., pl., contemporary brown calf, 5-nerved spine, gilt title, fleurons and roulettes, boards decorated with 2 frames of 3 fillets, the spaces decorated with a set of irons, all in cold, spine remounted, corners restored, endpapers renewed (qq. lég. mouillill. margin.). Collective edition of 4 medical opuscules: p. [1]. Blegny, Nicolas de. Remedium anglicum pro curatione febrium ex mandato regiæ christianissimæ majestatis publici juris factum a Nicolao de Blegny. - p. [77]. Monginot, François de. De febrium curatione per usum quinquinæ auctore Domino Monginot, medico Parisiensi, translation of: De la guérison des fièvres par le quinquina. - p. [131]. Restaurand, Raymond. Hippocrates de usu Chinæ Chinæ ad febrium curationem Raymundo Restaurando auctore. - p. [209]. Spon, Jacob. Observationes de febribus, et febrifugis habitæ. Illustrated with a portrait of the author, a frontispiece by J.M. Francia after J. Parolinus, and 2 botanical plates on cinchona, all engraved on copper. Many old underlining and annotations on the first part. Provenance: J. G. Mazziotti (engraved armorial bookplate and discreet drystamp on title).
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