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Myographia nova: or, A graphical description of all the muscles in humane body, as they arise in dissection: distributed into six lectures; at the entrance into every of which, are demonstrated the muscles properly belonging to each lecture now in general use at the Theatr in Chyrurgeons-Hall, London; and illustrated with one and forty copper plates, accurately engraved after the life, with their names on the muscles, as much as can be expressed by figures: as also, with their originations, insertions, uses, and divers new observations of the authors, and other modern anatomists. Together, with an accurate and concise discourse of the heart, and its use; as also of the circulation of the blood, and the parts of which the sanguinary mass is made and framed. Written by the late learned Dr. Lower. Digested into this new method, by the care and study of John Browne, ...
London: Printed by Tho. Milbourn, for the author, 1697.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|David Gardiner||12/17/1800||12/30/1800||Browne on Muscles|