The anatomical instructor; or, An illustration of the modern and most approved methods of preparing and preserving the different parts of the human body, and of quadrupeds, by injection, corrosion, maceration, distention, articulation, modelling ...
Couchman and Fry ... and by W. Darton and Company, 1790 - 304 pages
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