Printed on spine: "Buchan's // Domestic // Medicine"; on frontispiece: "Domestic Medicine: // or // A Treatise // on the // Prevention and Cure // of // Diseases, // By Regimen and Simple Medicines // A NEW EDITION, // EDITED, AND BROUGHT DOWN TO THE PRESENT STATE OF // MEDICAL SCIENCE, BY A FELLOW OF THE ROYAL // COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, EDINBURGH"
Storage Room 2005
Unit Of Measure
Shows wear overall and edges; spine top is split vertically for 1.0 cm; paper yellowed
This book was originally published in 1769, and sold 80,000 copies in many languages. It was meant to be used by families who wished to learn how to treat and avoid diseases. This specific example was printed in 1845, and brought to Canada by the family of Alfred Hyde Clark in the same year.