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feru[m] de Pensis . de Mandello die. xx. Nouembris. / *** 32 ff. Fo. Venetiis, Christophorus de Pensis de

Mandello, (1497.]

(Hain no. 14492.) SAVONAROLA, GIOVANNI MICHELE (Opus

medicinae, seu practica de aegritudinibus de capite usque ad pedes] [F. 1a. tit:) P[r]actica Ioannis Michaelis. Sauonarole. | [F. 2a:) şad Sigismundu[m] Polcastru[m] Uiru[m] quippe ingeniosissi- | mum operi p[r]actico deditu[m] amicum optimum. | [F. 7a:) Sloannis Michaelis Sauonarole Patauini clarissimi | ac sui te[m]po[r]is medico[rum] p[ri]ncipis opus p[r]acticum in sex tra- ctatus diuisum feliciter incipit. | [F. 282a:) *** Imp[r]essum venetijs ma[n] | dato [et] expensis. Nobilis Uiri d[omi]ni Octauiani Scoti Ci- | uis Modoetie[n]sis. 1497. Quinto Kal[endas). Iulias | Per B[o]netum Locatellum Bergomensem. 282 ff. F. Venetiis, Bonetus Locatellus for

Octavianus Scotus, 1497.

[Hain no. 14484.] SAVONAROLA, GIOVANNI MICHELE (Summa

de pulsibus, urinis et egestionibus) [F. ia. tit:) SAVONAROLA DE PVLSIBVS VRINIS: ET EGESTIONIBVS. | [F. 44a:) Impressum Venetiis per Magistrum Cristofo- rum de Pensis de Mandello. M.cccc.Ixxxxvii. die decimo mensis Februarii 44 ff. Fo. Venetiis, Christophorus de Pensis de

Mandello, 1497.

(Hain no. 14491.) SAVONAROLA, GIROLAMO [Ricetto contra

morbo spirituale.] (F. 1a:) $Frate Hierony-
mo da Ferrara del ordine de predicatori
a | suoi dilecti fratelli in Christo Iesu
gratia pace & conso | latione dello spirito
sancto. | [F. 28. 1. 10:) ŞIn conuentu
sancti Marci Florentie. xv. Iulii. M.cccc.
| Ixxxxvii. Laude di fra Hier. ad infiam-
mare il core al diuino amore | ***
2 ff. 4°. (Florentiae, Bartholomaeus de Libris,

1497.]
(Hain no. 14371.)

SCANAROLUS, ANTONIUS (Disputatio de mor

bo Gallico] (F. ia. tit:] Disputatio Utilis de mor | bo gallico Et opinio[n]is | Nicolai Leo[n]iceni Co[n] | firmatio co[n]tra Ad | uersarium Ean | de[m] opinione[m] oppugnan | tem. | [F. 16a: Explicit disputatio Vtilis de Morbo Gallico | Impressu[m] Bononiae, Die uero. xxvi. | Martii. M.CCCC. | LXXXX. | VIII. I § |

16 ff. 4o. Bononiae, (Benedictus Hectoris), 1498.

[Hain no. 14505.) SCHRICK, MICHAEL [Von den ausgebrannten

Wassern] (F. 1 blank.] [F. 2a:] [H]Ienach steend verzeichnet die ausss]geb[r]anntten | wasse[r] *** [F. 3a:] [H]Ie nachuolget ein nüczliche matery von man- | gerley au[ss]geb[r]an[n]tten wassern [F. 15b:) SGed[r]ückt vnnd vollenndet von lo

hanni Bämler zü Augspurg. An sant | Margarethen abent. Anno domini. | M.cccc.lxxxij. jar. [et]c. [F. 16 blank.)

16 ff. Fo. Augsburg, Johannes Bämler, 1482.

(Copinger no. 5318.] SCOTT, SIR MICHAEL (Liber physionomiae.]

[F. ia (c. sign. aii-2b tab.):] [F. 3a (c. sign. aiiii):) Incipit Liber Phisionomiae: quem compi | lauit magister Michael Scotus. *** [F. 46b:) Michaelis Scoti de procreatione & hominis Phisionomia opus feliciter finit.

46 ff. 12o. n. p., n. pub., (circa 1490.]

[Hain no. 14546.] Scott, Sir MICHAEL [Liber physionomiae)

[F. ia. tit:] Liber phisionomie | magistri michaelis | scoti. | [F. 3a:] [I]Nci | pit li lber phisi= | onomie: 1 *** [F. 34a:) Michaelis Scoti de p[ro]creatio ne et hominis phisionomia | opus feliciter finit. |

34 ff. 4°. n. p., n. pub., (circa 1489.)
(Hain no. 14543.)

Imperfect. f. 4-5 missing.
Scott, SIR MICHAEL [Liber physionomiae.]
F. ia. (c. sign. ai):) (p)RIMA pars

libri huius Cap. i. ! [F. 4 (c. sign. aiiii):) (i)NCIPIT Liber Phisionomiae: que[m] | compilauit magister Michael Sco- | tus

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*** [F. 77b. (c. sign. kvi):) Michalis Scoti de procreatione & hominis | Phisionomia opus

feliciter finit. | M.CCCC.LXXVII. 77 ff. 12°. (Venice, Jacopo de Fivizano), 1477. (Hain-Copinger no. 14550.) First dated edition of the earliest printed work on

generation. [SCRIPTORES ASTRONOMICI VETERES.) [pt. I

wanting.) (pt. 2. f. ia. (c. sig. A): MARCI MANILII ASTRONOMICON | AD CAESAREM AVGVSTVM | LIBER PRIMVS. ) [pt. 2.

f. 124a.] ARATI PHAENOMENON RVFO | FESTO AVIENIO PARAPHRA | STE, *.FINIS.* | [pt. 2. f. 125a:] *** ARATI SOLENSIS PHAENOMENA CVM COMMENTARIIS. I (pt. 2. f. 185a:) PROCLI DIADOCHI SPHAERA, ASTRONOMI | AM DISCERE INCIPIENTIBVS VTILLISSIMA. | THOMA LINACRO BRITANNO INTER- | PRETE, AD ARCTVRVM, CORNV | BIAE, VALLIAEQVE ILLVSTRIS I SIMVM PRINCIPEM. | [pt. 2. f. 192a:) Venetiis cura, & diligentia Aldi Ro. Mense octob. | M. ID. Cui concessum est *** pt. 2. 192 ff. il. Fo. Venetiis, Aldus Manutius,

1499.

(Hain no. 14559.) SERAPION, Joan. [Breviarium medicinae.]

[F. 1a. tit:] P[r]actica Jo. Serapionis dicta | b[r]euiarium. | Liber Serapionis de simplici | medicina. | Liber de simplici medicina. dictus circa instans P[r]actica platearij. | [F. 211b:) ŞImp[r]essum Uenetijs mandato [et] expensis nobilis viri | domini Octauiani Scoti Ciuis Modoetiensis per Bo- | netu[m] Locatellu[m] Bergomense[m]. 17. kal. Ianuarias. i497 [sic]. | 212 ff. F. Venetiis, Bonetus Locatellus for

Octavianus Scotus, 1497.

[Hain no. 14695.) SERAPION, (Joan.) the younger. [Liber Sera

pionis aggregatus in medicinis simplicibus.] [F. ia vacat] [F. 16-2b tables.) [F. za vacat.] [F. 4a (cum sig. a2):) Liber Serapionis aggregatus in medi | cinis simplicibus. Tra[n]slatis Symonis

la | nuensis interprete Abraam iudes tortuosi | ensi de arabico in latinu[m] Inquit Serapio. / [F. 136a. col. 2:) Opus impressum Venetiis per magistrum Reynaldu[m] de Nouimagio Al | manum. Anno domini. MccccLxxix die octauo mensis Iunii. (Register.] [2], [133] ff. Fo. Venetiis, Raynaldus de Novi

magio, 1479.

(Hain no. 14692.) SERENUS SAMONICUS, QUINTUS [Liber medi

cinae.] [F. ib:] Sulpitius Verulanus ad | unumquemq[ue] lectorem:/ *** (F. 2a:) QVINTI SERENI SAMMONICI | LIBER (F. 25b:] Q. SERENI SAMMONICI | FINIS:| ***

26 ff. 8o. (Romae, 1490.]

(Hain no. 14698.) SERMONETA, JOHANNES [Quaestiones super

libb. aphorismorum et super lib. Tegni.) [F. ia:] Questiones subtilissime Johannis

Sermonete super lib[rorum] affo[r]ismo[rum] | Eiusdem super lib[r]um tegni. | [F. 72b:) SUenetijs vero imp[r]essa mandato et expensis Nobilis Viri D[omi]ni Octauiani Scoti Ciuis Modoetiensis. 1498. | p[r]idie Kal. ap[r]iles. Per Bonetum Locatellum Ber- | gomensem. I 73 ff. Fo. Venetiis, Bonetus Locatellus for

Octavianus Scotus, 1498.

(Hain no. 14701.) Silvaticus, MATHEUS (Liber pandectarum

medicinae) [ff. 1–7 wanting.) [F. 8a:] Liber pa[n]dectaru[m] | medicine: omnia medicine simplicia co[n] | tinens: quem ex omnibus antiquo[r]um | lib[r]is aggregauit eximius artium ***

[Ad finem :) Opus pandecta[rum] medicine emenda- , tum *** Et imp[r]essu[m] p[er] Her- | manum lichtenstein coloniensem p[r]o- | batissimum lib[r]arie artis exacto[r]em Uin | centie 321 ff. Fo. Vincentiae, Hermannus Liechten

stein, (circa 1478.] [Hain no. 15193-]

Imperfect. ff. 1-7 missing. Silvaticus, MATHEUS [Liber pandectarum

medicinae) (F. 1 blank.] [F. 2a:) Matheus mo[r]etus B[r]ixiensis: Ad reue- rendissimum in ch[r]isto patre[m] ac dominu[m] Dominum Franciscu[m] de gonzaga Cardi | nalem Mantuanum ac Bononie legatu[m]. / [F. 7a:) Liber pandectarum medicine omnia medicine simplicia contine[n]s: quem ex om | nibus antiquo[r]um lib[r]is aggregauit eximius artium & medicine docto[r] Mathe | us siluaticus ad serenissimum sicilie rege[m] | Robertum. ' [F. 308a:] [Con]disi quid est lege literam condes. 308 ff. Fo. (Argentorati, Adolf Rusch, circa

1470.)

[Hain no. 15192.] Silvaticus, MATHEUS [Liber pandectarum

medicinae] [F. ib:] Matheus mo[r]etus B[r]ixensis ad reuerendissimum in ch[r]isto patre[m] ac Dominu[m] D[omi]n[u]m franciscu[m] | de gonzaga Cardinalem Mantuanu[m]: ac Bononie legatum. | [F. 206a:] Opus pandectarum medicine emendatum *** Et i[m]p[r]es | sum Venetijs arte et ingenio Marini saraceni | Anno d[omi]ni. M.cccclxxxviij. xiiij. kal. Iunij. | FINIS |

medulla totius materie ar | tium quattuo[r] lib[r]o[rum] sententia[rum] *** [F. 147a:) $Fructuosum facileq[ue] opus introducto[r]ium | in logicam philosophia[m]

* Imp[r]essu[m] v[er]o | cura [et] industria Nicolai vvolff alemani. Anno1[Christ]iane salutis. 1500. die vero. 10. decemb[r]is.

V. 2. 150 ff. 4°. [Lugduni], Nicolaus Wolff, 1500.

(Hain no. 15345.] THEOBALDUS, BISHOP [Physiologus denaturis

duodecim animalium]. [F. ia. tit.:] Phisiologus theobal | di episcopi de naturis / duodecim animalium. / [F. 2a:) () Uoniam [secundu]m platonem nihil est [or]tu[m] sub sole | *** [F. 20a:) Finit phisiologus de duodecim naturis a[n]i[m]alium. |

20 ff. 8o. n. p., n. pub., (circa 1480.]
[Hain no. 15467.]

First edition.
THEOPHRASTUS, ERESIUS [De historia et

causis plantarum.] [F. 2a (cum sign. aaa et n. 1) Incipit Theophrasti. hist. plantarum; deinde ejusd. libb. de causis plantarum, qui term. f. 227a (c. n. 226):] [In- Aristoteles Opera graece. 1497. v. 4. ff.

2a-227a.]

[Hain no. 1657.] THEOPHRASTUS, ERESIUS [De historia et

causis plantarum] [F. 1 blank.) (F. 2a:)
THEODORI GRAECI THESSALONI-
CENSIS AD NICOLA VM QUINTVM
PONT. MAX. | [F. 46:] THEOPHRASTI
DE HISTORIA PLANTARVM LIBER
PRIMVS PER THEODORVM GA-
ZAM IN LATINVM EX GRAECO
SERMONE VERSVS. | [F. 156a:) IM-
PRESSVM TARVISII PER BAR-
THOLOMAEVM CON | FALONER-
IVM DE SALODIO. ANNO DOMINI.
M.CCCC. | LXXXIII DIE XX. FEB-
RVARI.
156 ff. Fo. Tarvisii, Bartholomaeus Confalon-

erius de Solodio, 1483.

[Hain no. 15491.) DE THIENIS, GAIETANUS (Recollectae super

VIII libb. physicorum Aristotelis.] [F. ia:] Gaietani [de] thyenis vince[n]tini philo

****

206 ff. Fo. Venetiis, Marinus Saracenus, 1488.

(Hain no. 15200.) SilvaTICUS, MATHEUS [Liber pandectarum

medicinae) [F. ia. tit:] Opus pandectarum Matthei silua | tici cum Simone ianuense et cu[m] | quotationibus aucto[r]itatum Plinii galieni | [et] alio[r]u[m] aucto[rum] | in locis suis | [F. 154a:] Per Bernardinu[m] stagnin de | Tridino mo[n]tifferrati. M. | cccc.lxxxxix. Die ve- | ro. xxvij. Marcij | Uenetijs. 1 154 ff. F.° Venetiis, Bernardinus Stagninus de

Tridino de Monteferrato, 1499.

[Hain no. 15199.] TADDEO FIORENTINO. Libellus de sanitate.

[In-de Nursia, B. Libellus de conservatione

sanitate. *** 1477. pp. 265-279.] TARTARETUS, PETRUS (Totius philosophiae

necnon metaphysicae Aristotelis expositio] [F. i wanting.] [F. 2a:] Questiones admodu[m] subtiles et | vtiles cu[m]

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sophi | preclarissimi r[e]colsljecte sup[er] octo libros phy | sico[rum] Aristotilis [sic] incipiunt feliciter. | [F.94a:) Finis recollectaru[m] Gayetani de tyenis | phylosophi preclarissimi f[elicite]r libris octo phy| sicorum a[ristotelis) ad laudem dei amen. [Register. In fine:) Deo gratias |

96 ff. Fo. [Tarvisium, Hessen, 1474.)
[Hain no. 15496.)
Important and little known work by the third

printer in Treviso, wbo printed only two works. DE TORNAMIRA, JOHANNES (Clarificatorium

super nono Almansoris cum textu Rhasis.) [F. 1a. tit:) Incipit clarificato[r]iu[m] ioha[n]nis de to[r]namira | super nono alma[n]so[r]is cu[m] textu ipsius Rasis. / [F. 160b:) P[r]eclarissimi opus Ioha[n]nis de to[r]namira do= | cto[r]is famosissimi *** imp[re]ssum lug[duni]. p[er]. Ioha[n]nem trechsel | alemanu[m] artis imp[r]esso[r]ie mag[ist]r[u]m Anno n[ost]re sa | lutis Millesimoquadringe[n]tesimo nonagesimo | die v[er]o decimaseptima me[n]sis Iunij finit feliciter. | [F. 161.) Tabula. / [F. 162a.) Epistola. |

162 ff. 4°. Lugduni, Johannes Trechsel, 1490.

(Hain no. 15551.] [TRACTATUS DE VINO ET EIUS PROPRIETATE)

[F. ia blank.) [F. ib: Genus hominu[m] hac nostra etate multis laborare | *** [F. 2a. 1. 7:) $Tractatus de uino & eius proprietate. I $De uindemiis Capitulum primum. 1 (F. 8b:) Finis.

8 ff. 4°. (Romae, Johannes Besicken et Sigismundus Mayer, circa 1490.)

(Reichling no. 351.) VALESCUS DE TARANTA. [De epidimia et

peste.] [F. 1a:] Incipit tractatus de epidimia et peste | domini ualasti de tarenta artium et medicine | docto[r]is excellentissimi Prologus | [F. 20a:) Et sic est finis totius tractatus Deo gracias |

20 ff. 4o. n. p., (circa 1475.)

(Hain no. 15245.] VALESCUS DE TARANTA. [De epidimia et

peste) [F. 1a:) Incipit tractatus de epidimia [et] peste domini valasti de tarenta: artiu[m] [et] medicine doctoris excel

lentissimi p[ro]log[us] | [F. 14a:) Finis huius. Deo gratias 14 ff. Fo. (Argentorati, Martinus Flach, circa

1470.)

[Hain no. 15244.] [VERSEHUNG VON LEIB, SEELE, EHRE UND

GUT] [F. ia. tit:) Versehu[n]g leib sel | er vnnd gutt | [F. 2a:] In disem puch ist geschribe[n] ein notturftige nutzliche trostliche | v[o]n der mass vo[r] vnerho[r]te vn | terweisung zu uersechu[n]g eines menschen leib sell er vnd gutt. | [F. 181a:) $Ged[r]uckt in der erentreichen | stat nürenberg in dem. Ixxxix. iare. 181 ff. il. 4°. Norimbergae, (Conrad Zeninger),

1489.

[Hain no. 16019.) VINCENTIUS BELLOVACENSIS. [Speculum

naturale] [v. 1. F. 1a:) Incipit speculu[m] naturale Vincentij beluace[nsis) | fratris o[r]dinis p[re]dicatorum. Et p[r]imo p[ro]logus [de] | causa suscepti op[er]is et eius materia. P[r]imu[m] | [v. 2. F. 327b:) perstricta sunt. sed latiore in fine speculi hysto= | rialis. p[er]patescunt. Amen. | 2 v. 368 & 328 ff. F. (Argentinae, Adolf Rusch,

1473.)

(Copinger no. 6256.] WIRECKER, NIGELLUS [Speculum stultor

um.] [F. ia. tit:) Brunellus in speculo stulto[rum]. | [F. 2a:) [S]Uscipe pauca tibi veteris guillerme nigelli | Scripta, etc. [F. 60b:) Brunelli in speculo stultorum | Finis adest feliciter. Amen. [60] ff. I woodcut. 8o. [Leipzig, Kacheloven,

1494.]

[Hain no. 16217.) ZENO, ANTONIUS [De natura humana.] [F.

ia:] PETRUS Barbus polensis Sacrae Medicinae Docto[r] ad Lecto[r]em. | [F. 58b:) ŞImp[r]essus Anno d[omi]nicae natiuitatis. M.cccc. nonagesimo p[r]i | mo Ianuarij p[r]imo p[r]imus hic: per Dionysium. Bononiensem | Uenetijs libellus est faustis ominibus. | ***

58 ff. 4°. Venetiis, Dionysius Bononiensis, 1491. (Hain no. 16281.) Imperfect. v. 2 (sig. b-p)-Liber Mercurialis,

missing.

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RENÉ THÉOPHILE HYACINTHE LAENNEC (1781–1826) OUR cover illustration reproduces the a curious reflection on hospital conditions features of the great internist to whom we at the time. Laënnec was led to his great owe the discovery of the stethoscope. Born discovery by observing some children playat Quimper in Brittany, February 17, 1781, ing in the gardens of the Louvre,at listening young Laënnec grew to manhood during to the transmission of sounds along pieces some of the most troublous years in the of wood. The next day he experimented in history of France. He studied medicine at his ward at the Neckar Hospital, with a Paris, receiving his degree of doctor in piece of rolled-up paper, and the stetho1804. While yet an undergraduate student scope was found. The early stethoscopes he had published a report of the clinical which he contrived were constructed of cyand pathological findings in a case of car- lindroids of glued paper, the later of wood. diac disease with pulmonary complications. Laënnec gave the name to the appliance, After graduation he continued his researches forming it from two Greek words, one in pathological anatomy. In 1816 he be- meaning the chest, the other to observe or came chief of service at the Neckar Hospi- regard. He communicated the result of his tal, and in the same year he discovered the observations before the Medical Society of value of a hollow tube for the purpose of Paris and to his students in his lectures and listening to the intrathoracic sounds and clinical teachings, but it was not until the interpreting their significance. The value of summer of 1819, just one hundred years percussion had been discovered by Auen- ago, that he published his book, "De brugger in 1763, and it had been much l'Auscultation mediate ou Traité de diagemployed by Corvisart, Laënnec's chief nostic des maladies des poumons et du teacher. Auscultation of the chest by the ap- coeur fondé principalement sur ce nouveau plication of the ear to its wall shocked the moyen d'exploration.” Seven years later, modesty of some physicians, and Laënnec on August 13, 1826, at the early age of states that the filthy condition of patients forty-five, he died in the quaint old Breton in the hospitals made it repugnant to them, town in which he first saw light.

HENRY E. HANDERSON'S “GILBERTUS ANGLICUS.” The Cleveland Medical Library Associa- late Dr. Henry E. Handerson, but has done tion has not only rendered a graceful and a service to the profession in printing well-deserved tribute to the memory of the posthumously for private distribution his

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