New York. The Industrial Publication Company. 1874.
Black and white illustrations, 96pp, 7 x 4 3/4 inches, embossed gilt lettered cloth covered boards (hardbound). Cover extremities a trifle worn, bookseller stamp on front pastedown, owner inscription and light foxing to front endpapers, rear pastedown split along hinge, otherwise in very good clean condition. "As a general rule nothing is more to be reprehended than the meddling of uninformed persons with medical matters." (from Preface). Contents in this informative antique book include: Gunshot Wounds, What to do if the Clothes take Fire, Foreign Bodies in the Eye, Poisons and their Antidotes, Opium, etc. Item #40894