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WEPFERUS (JOH. JACOBUS). Observationes anatomicæ ex cadaveribus eorum, quos sustulit apoplexia. 12° Amstelodami, 1681.

WERLHOF (PAULUS GOTTLIEB). Disquisitio medica et philologica, de variolis et anthracibus; accedit R. A. Behrens dissertatio ad auctorem epistolica de affectionibus a comestis mytulis; 2 pts. in 1 vol. 4o Hanoviæ, 1735.

Observationes de febribus. 40 Hannovia, 1732. WHITE (CHARLES). An account of the topical application of the spunge in the stoppage of hæmorrhages. 80 London, 1762.

-. An inquiry into the nature and cause of that swelling, in one or both of the lower extremities, which sometimes happens to lying-in women; together with an examination into the propriety of drawing the breasts; 2 pts. 8° Warrington, 1784 & 1801.

A particular narrative of what has happened relative to a paper published in the 51st vol. of the Phil. Trans., entitled, An account of a remarkable operation on a broken arm, &c.; in which the principal facts are proved by evidence. 8° London, 1762.

A treatise on the management of pregnant and lying-in women; together with directions concerning the delivery of the child and placenta in natural births. 8° London, 1773.

Cases in surgery, with remarks, pt. 1; to which is added, an essay on the ligature of arteries, by J. Aikin. 8° London, 1770.

I believe no more has been published.

Observations on gangrenes and mortifications, accompanied with, or occasioned by, convulsive spasms, or arising from local injury producing irritation. 8o Warrington, 1790.

WHITER (WALTER). A dissertation on the disorder of death, or that state of the frame under the signs of death called suspended animation. 8° London, 1819.

WHYTT (ROBERT). The works of. 4° Edinburgh, 1768.

An essay on the virtues of lime-water in the cure of the stone. 12° Edinburgh, 1752.

An essay on the vital and other involuntary motions of animals. 8° Edinburgh, 1751.

- Physiological essays; containing, 1, an inquiry into the causes which promote the circulation of the fluids in the very small vessels of animals; II, observations on the sensibility and irritability of the parts of men and other animals. 12o Edinburgh, 1755.

WIGAN (JOHANNES). See Aretaus Cappadox. De causis et signis morborum, &c. fol. 1723.

WILHELMIUS (WILHELMUS). Disputatio philosophica inauguralis de commercio mentis cum corpore, in qua præcipuè sententia ill. Leibnitzii de harmonia præstabilita ad examen revocatur. 4° Trajecti ad Rhenum, 1739.

Disputatio philosophica de origine mali moralis. 4° Trajecti ad Rhenum, 1741.

WILLAN (ROBERT). Observations on the sulphur-water at Croft. See Willan (R.). Observations, &c. 89 1782. (Geology)

WILLIAMS (CHARLES J. B.). The pathology and diagnosis of diseases of the chest. 8° London, 1835.

WILLIAMS (STEPHEN). An experimental history of Road-water, with a short mechanical account of its virtues. See Williams (S.). An experimental history, &c. 8° 1731. (Geology)

WILLIS (THOMAS). Affectionum quæ dicuntur hystericæ et hyperchondriacæ pathologia spasmodica vindicata, contra responsionem epistolarem N. Highmori; cui accesserunt exercitationes medico-physicæ duæ ; 1. de sanguinis ascensione; 11. de motu musculari. 4° Londini, 1670.

. Cerebri anatome; cui accessit nervorum descriptio et usus. 4o Londini, 1664.

De anima brutorum quæ hominis vitalis ac sensitiva est, exercitationes duæ, prior physiologica, altera pathologica. 4° Oxonii, 1672. Pathologia cerebri et nervosi generis specimen, in quo agitur de morbis convulsivis et de scorbuto. 4o Oxonii, 1667.

Pharmaceutice rationalis, sive diatriba de medicamentorum operationibus in humano corpore. 4° Oxonii, 1674.

; 2 pts. in 1 vol. 8° Oxonii, 1679.

WILMERDING (PHIL. WILH.). De differentia medici et practici medicinæ; præside F. Hoffmanno. 4° Hale Magdeburgi, [1716.] WILSON (EDWARD). Spadacrene Dunelmensis; or a short treatise of au ancient medicinal fountain, &c. See Wilson (E.). Spadacrene Dunelmensis, &c.

12° 1675. (Geology)

WILSON (JAMES). Lectures on the blood, and on the anatomy, physiology, and surgical pathology of the vascular system of the human body. 80 London, 1819.

WILTCZEK (IGNATIUS). Casus peculiaris historia. 8° Vilna, 1783. WINTRINGHAM (CLIFTON). Tractatus de podagra, in quo de ultimis vasis et liquidis, et succo nutritio, tractatur. 80 Eboraci, 1714. WINTRINGHAM (CLIFTON) Junior. An experimental inquiry on some parts of the animal structure. 8° London, 1740.

An enquiry into the exility of the vessels in a human body; wherein animal identity is explained. 8° London, 1743.

WIRDIG (SEBASTIANUS). Nova medicina spirituum in qua primo spirituum naturalis constitutio, dehinc præternaturalis seu morbosa dispositio demonstrantur; ad Regiam Societatem Londinensem. 12° Francofurti, 1673.

WITHERING (WILLIAM). Letter. See Fowler (T.). Medical reports on the effects of arsenic in the cure of agues. 80 1786.

An account of the foxglove, and some of its medical uses: with practical remarks on dropsy, and other diseases. 80 Birmingham,


WITT (GEORGE). A compendium of osteology, being a systematic treatise on the bones of the human body, designed for the use of students; to which is subjoined an improved method of preparing bones for osteological purposes. obl. 4° London, 1833.

WOERNER (PHIL. MATTH.). Dissertatio inauguralis medica de notialgia seu dolore dorsi eoque vario; præside H. F. Delio. 4o Erlangæ, [1765.]

WOGAU (JOHANN DAVID). Præside F. Hoffmanno: De magno venæsectionis ad vitam sanam et longam remedio. 4o Halæ Magdeburgi, [1714.]

WOLFF (C. F.). Von der eigenthümlichen und wesentlichen Kraft der vegetabelischen sowohl als auch der animalischen Substanz. See Blumenbach (H. J.) & Born (J.). Zwo Abhandlungen über die Nutritionskraft. 4° 1789.

WOODWARD (JOHN). Select cases and consultations in physick. 8° London, 1757.

WRISBERGIUS (HENR. AUG.). Dissertatio de præternaturali et raro intestini recti cum vesica urinaria coalitu et inde pendente ani defectu. 4o Goettinga, 1779.

Observationes anatomicæ de quinto pare nervorum encephali, et de nervis qui ex eodem duram matrem ingredi falso dicuntur. 4o Gottinga, 1777.

Observationes anatomicæ de testiculorum ex abdomine in scrotum descensu ad illustrandam de herniis congenitis doctrinam. 4° Goettinga, 1779.

Observationes anatomico-obstetricia de structura ovi et secundinarum humanarum in partu maturo et perfecto collectæ. 4° Goettinge, 1783.

Wants plates.

Sylloge commentationum anatomicarum; 1 de membranarum ac involucrorum continuationibus; II de nervis arterias venasque comitantibus; et III de nervis pharyngis. 4° Goettinge, 1786.



EATS (G. D.). Observations on the claims of the moderns to some discoveries in......physiology. See Yeats (G. D.). Observations, &c. 8° 1798. (Chemistry.)

A history of a severe case of neuralgia, commonly called Tic douloureux, occupying the nerves of the right thigh, leg, and foot, successfully treated. 80 London, 1822.

A statement of early symptoms of water in the brain. 8° London,


An appendix to the pamphlet on the early symptoms of water in the brain. 80 London, 1819.

A statement of early symptoms which lead to the disease termed water in the brain. 8° London, 1823.

YELLOLY (JOHN). Observations on the arrangements connected with the relief of the sick poor. 8° London, 1837.

2nd Edition. 8° London, 1837.

YOUNG (GEORGE). A treatise on opium, founded upon practical observations. 8° London, 1753.

YOUNG (THOMAS). An introduction to medical literature, including a system of practical nosology; together with essays on the study of physic; on classification; on chemical affinities; on animal chemistry; on the blood; and on the medical effects of climates. 8° London, 1813. A practical and historical treatise on consumptive diseases. 8° London, 1815.

De corporis humani viribus conservatricibus dissertatio. 4o Gottinga, 1796.

YPOCRATES [?]. Astrologia. See Toledo (G.). Epistolæ astrologiæ defensiva. 40 1508. (Astronomy.)


ALLONY (MARCAKY). Traité de l'asthme. See Zallony (M.). Voyage à Tine, &c. 8° 1809. (Voyages.)

ZETZELL (PETRUS). Consectaria electrico-medica; sub præsidio C. Linnæi. 4 Upsalia [1754.]

ZIMARA (MARCUS ANTONIUS). Tabula dilucidationum in dictis Aristotelis et Averrois. fol. Venetiis, 1543.

ZIMMERMANN (GEORGE). Traité de l'expérience en général, et en particulier dans l'art de guérir; traduit de l'Allemand par Lefebvre de V. B.; 3 vols. 8° Montpellier, 1818.


ZUINGERUS (THEODORUS). Dissertatio medica de adquirenda vitæ longævitate; respondentis munus executuro M. C. Eglingero. Basilea, [1703.]

ZYPÆUS (FRANCISCUS). Fundamenta medicinæ reformatæ physicoanatomica. 12° Bruxellis, 1687.






MUSEUM D'HISTOIRE NATURELLE. Instructions pour les voyageurs et pour les employés dans les colonies sur la manière de recueillir de conserver et d'envoyer les objets d'histoire naturelle; redigée par l'administration du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle. 8° Paris, 1829. ACOSTA (JOSEPH de). Historia natural y moral de las Indias. 4° Madrid, 1608.

Historia naturale e morale delle Indie, tradotta da G. P. Galucci. 4° Venetia, 1596.

The naturall and morall historie of the East and West Indies, translated into English by E. G. [Edw. Grimestone?]. 4° London, 1604. ADAMS (GEORGE). Lectures on natural and experimental philosophy, with additions by W. Jones; 5 vols. 8° London, 1799.


CATALOGUE of works on medicine and natural history contained in the Radcliffe Library. 8° Oxford, 1835.

CURIOSITIES and rarities to be seen in the gallery of the garden of the Academie of Leyden. 4.o

HISTOIRE (1) naturelle et généralle des Indes, isles, et terre ferme de la grande mer oceane [by Gonçalo Hernandez Oviedo y Valdez]; traduicte de Castillan en François [by Jean Poleur]. fol. Paris,


Only the first two books.

INDEX (an) to the Indian Closset to be seen at Leyden. 4° [London] 1688.

NATURAL (the) history of East Tartary traced through the three kingdoms of nature, published at Petersburgh by the Academy of Sciences, and rendered into English from the French translation by W. Radcliffe. 8° London, 1789.

AUBREY (JOHN). The natural history......of Surrey. See Aubrey (J.). The natural history and antiquities of Surrey. 8° 1719. (Miscellaneous.)



ARTON (BENJAMIN SMITH). Fragments of the natural history of Pennsylvania; pt. 1. fol. Philadelphia, 1799.

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A discourse on some of the principal desiderata in natural history, and on the means of promoting the study of this science in the United States. 8° Philadelphia, 1807.

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