Observations upon Mr. Pott’s General Remarks on Fractures, &c. in three letters to a young surgeon intending to settle in the country. With a postscript, concerning the cure of compound dislocations; in which the usual method of treating wounds of the tendons and ligaments is briefly considered. London: Printed for T. Becket and P.A. De Hondt, in the Strand. 1770. [Bound with:] An Appendix to the Observations upon Mr. Pott’s General Remarks on Fractures.
London: Printed for T. Becket and P.A. De Hondt, in the Strand. . 1771
2 works in 1 volume, 8vo, 1 leaf, pp. iii, (i), 90; 2 leaves, pp. v–ix, (i) blank, 11–31, 1 leaf (adverts), 1 engraved plate of the humerus and the hip joint. Without the half-title to the Observations, but with the half-title to the Appendix. Title and last page of the first work soiled, foxing in the second work. Modern quarter calf, the original stab-holes visible in the first work.
FIRST EDITIONS. In the first work, Kirkland takes issue with Pott over three aspects of his treatment of fractures and dislocations. The appendix is to the third letter, specifically on dislocations of the hip.
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