A treatise of the materia medica.
Cullen, William (1710-90). A treatise of the materia medica. 2 vols., 4to. [iii]-xxiii , 432; , 610 [2, ads]pp. Edinburgh: Charles Elliot, 1789. 267 x 208 mm. Modern quarter calf, marbled boards in period style. Lightly browned & foxed, but a very good set in very attractive bindings. Library stamps on titles.
First Edition. Garrison-Morton 1838. An expansion of Cullen's Lectures on the Materia Medica (1771), which was originally published without his permission. "Among the English clinical teachers of the 18th century, there is no name more justly and highly esteemed than that of William Cullen. A pupil of Monro primus, he was instrumental in founding the medical school of Glasgow (1744), and during his long life he held the chairs of medicine and chemistry at both Glasgow and Edinburgh. He was one of the first to give clinical or infirmary lectures in Great Britain, and these lectures were the first ever given in the vernacular" (Garrison, History of Medicine, pp. 357-58).
Edition: 1st edition
Book Id: 13274