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Institutiones Therapiae Generalis Praelectionibus Academicis Accommodatae.

Lipsiae (Leipzig, Germany): Ex Officina Libraria Gleditschiana, 1771. Editio Altera Emendata [Second Edition, Corrected]. Full Calf. Translation to English: Institutions of General Therapy Adapted to Academic Lectures. Christian Gottlieb Ludwig (30 April 1709 – 7 May 1773) was a German physician and botanist born in Brieg, Silesia (now Brzeg, Poland). He was the father of physician/naturalist Christian Friedrich Ludwig (1757–1823) and of Christian L. Ludwig (1749–1784), a physician/scientist known for his translation of Joseph Priestley's scientific experiments. Ludwig is remembered for his correspondence with Carl Linnaeus, in particular, discussions involving the latter's classification system. It was Linnaeus who named the plant genus Ludwigia in honor of Ludwig. Very Good+. Scuffing, mild head and tail wear, some toning, foxing, evidence of dampstaining to boards, otherwise tight, bright, and unmarred. Full parchment over boards with faint folded blue wrappers, 188 pp. + index. In Latin. Annotations of former owner (Planck), p.73, 1777. Unicorn emblem on tp. Item #11179

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