Traité des medicamens, et la maniere de s'en servir pour la guerison des Maladies. Suivant les experiences des Medecins modernes. Avec les formules pour la composition des Medicamens - 1722.
Two full leather bound volumes, five raised bands to spine with gilt decorated compartments. red title and numeric labels to spine. Marbled endpapers. Speckled boards and red block edges. Occasional foxing marks/stains, writings to endpapers. Some pages out of frame but attached. Overall a very good copy.
T1: 34+540+28pp, T2: 14+556+24pp.
Daniel Tauvry was a reknown medical professional, son of Ambrose Tauvry, a doctor at Laval. He was his first master, and he made him make such rapid progress in letters and philosophy, that before the age of ten, he defended his theses on logic. Afterwards, Ambrose taught him the art of healing by visiting the sick together with Daniel. At the age of 13, Amrose sent Daniel to study in Paris, where he studied with Joseph Guichard Duverney, a distinguished anatomist.
His early successes were such that he was able to take the degree of doctor by the medical school of Angers at the end of his fifteenth year. Afterwards he returned to Paris, where he studied anatomy and published his first work at the age of 18. He soon made himself known by two Treaties, one on anatomy and the other on medical matters, of which the latter is offered here:
A treaty of drugs, and the way to use it for the healing of diseases.
- Aantal boeken
- Biologie, Geneeskunde, Wetenschap (algemeen)
- Auteur/ Illustrator
- Tauvry, Daniel
- Traité des medicamens, et la maniere de s'en servir pour la guerison des Maladies
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- 16,8×10 cm