New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1889. 1st edition (Cordasco 801658). xiii, [1 (blank)], 224 pp (including Index). Color frontis, "General Plan of the Circulation". 96 intratextual figures (No. 73 folding). 12mo. 7-1/4" x 4-3/4". Original blue cloth binding with white red cross adhering cloth belly band. General wear & soiling. Overall, VG. Item #41896.1
"The object of this Manual is to instruct those who are desirous of knowing what course to pursue in emergencies, in order that sick or injured may be temporarily relieved. ... In order that the subject may be well understood, it is essential to know something of the construction of the human body and the funtions of the different organs; for this reason, considerable space has been devoted to anatomy and physiology. The author has endeavored to explain each topic in a plain and simple manner ..." [Preface].