Monro, Diseases in British Military Hospitals in Germany, 1764
An Account of the Diseases which were most frequent in the British Military Hospitals in Germany, from January 1761 to the return of the troops to England in March 1763. To which is added, An Essay on the means of preserving the health of soldiers, and conducting military hospitals. By Donald Monro, M.D. Physician to his Majesty’s army, and to St. George’s Hospital. London 1764.
8vo in full brown calf rebind with red title plate and red author’s name plate on spine with raised bands. Title plate beginning to peal. New end papers. Clean unmarked copy with intact margins. A few red and pencil markings at top of title page. Prior owner’s name on verso of rear fly leaf. With advertisement for other publications at rear of book. A clean, bright, and tight copy. Over all good to very good condition. Garrison-Morton 9205
Donald Monro was the second son of Alexander Monro, Primus.