The Homoeopathic Pocket Companion; or, a Simplified Abridgment of the "Homoeopathic Practice of Medicine," Designed Expressly for the Use of Families and Travellers. Martin Freligh.
The Homoeopathic Pocket Companion; or, a Simplified Abridgment of the "Homoeopathic Practice of Medicine," Designed Expressly for the Use of Families and Travellers

The Homoeopathic Pocket Companion; or, a Simplified Abridgment of the "Homoeopathic Practice of Medicine," Designed Expressly for the Use of Families and Travellers

Good. Item #5677

New York: Charles T. Hurlburt, 1856. Re-issue of the First Edition, with Hurlburt imprint printed on a small paper slip pasted over the original Henry W. Law imprint on title page. 24mo; [ii], 291pp. Blind embossed black cloth-covered boards with gilt lettering to spine. Boards a bit warped, with bumps to corners, rubbing down joints, and small chips at spine ends. Covers open easily with starts to cracks at hinges, but binding is secure. Pages foxed with a faint, unrippled dampstain affecting bottom pages corners. Some pencil doodles on endpapers, else pages unmarked.

Second issue of this pocket abridgment of Freligh's larger Homoeopathic Practice of Medicine (1853), itself one of the most popular homoeopathy manuals of its time. This copy from the personal library of journalist William Safire. [Atwater Catalog S-433].

Price: $70.00