Medical observations and inquiries. Vol. II, pp. 369-372. London: William Johnston, 1762. 8o (198 x 124 mm). Contemporary calf (some wear to edge of upper cover). FIRST APPERANCE. John Bard performed the first abdominal operation for extrauterine pregnancy in America. The above is the first scientific paper on a surgical topic to emanate from the North American colonies. Garrison-Morton 6155; Norman 116. -- Willam HUNTER (1718-1783). "A singular case of the separation of the ossa pubis." In: Medical observations and inquiries. Vol. II, pp. 321-339. FIRST APPERANCE. Garrison-Morton 6254; Norman 1124. -- Charles WHITE (1728-1813). "An account of a new method of reducing shoulders, (without the use of an ambe) which have been several months dislocated, in cases where the common methods have proved ineffectual." In: Medical obervations and inquiries. Vol. II, pp. 373-381. FIRST APPERANCE. Garrison-Morton 4407; Norman 2230. " /> BARD, John (1716-1799). "A case of an extra-uterine foetus." In: <I>Medical observations and inquiries.</I> Vol. II, pp. 369-372. London: William Johnston, 1762. 8<V>o (198 x 124 mm). Contemporary calf (some wear to edge of upper cover). FIRST APPERANCE. John Bard performed the first abdominal operation for extrauterine pregnancy in America. The above is the first scientific paper on a surgical topic to emanate from the North American colonies. Garrison-Morton 6155; Norman 116. -- Willam HUNTER (1718-1783). "A singular case of the separation of the ossa pubis." In: <I>Medical observations and inquiries.</I> Vol. II, pp. 321-339. FIRST APPERANCE. Garrison-Morton 6254; Norman 1124. -- Charles WHITE (1728-1813). "An account of a new method of reducing shoulders, (without the use of an ambe) which have been several months dislocated, in cases where the common methods have proved ineffectual." In: <I>Medical obervations and inquiries.</I> Vol. II, pp. 373-381. FIRST APPERANCE. Garrison-Morton 4407; Norman 2230. | Christie's