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ON THE RHINE, IN CORSICA, CATALONIA, EGYPT, AND SYRIA;
PRUSSIA, POLAND, SPAIN, AND AUSTRIA.
FROM THE FRENCH OF D. J. LARREY, M. D.
First Surgeon of the Imperial Guards, Inspector-general of the Medical Staff of
&c. &c. &c.
BY RICHARD WILLMOTT HALL, M. D.,
PROFESSOUR OF MIDWIFERY AND OF THE DISEASES OF WOMEN
AND CHILDREN IN THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND.
With Notes by the Translator.
FİRST AMERICAN FROM THE SECOND PARIS EDITION
PUBLISHED BY JOSEPH CUSHING, 6, NORTH HOWARD STREET.
ha Brancs A County
District of Maryland, to wit:
BE IT REMEMBERED, That on this ninth day of March, in the thirty-eighth
year of the Independence of the United States of America, Richard Will
mott Hall, of the said district, hath deposited in this office the Title of a SEAL
Book, the right whereof he claims as Proprietor, in the words following,
to wit: “ Memoirs of Military Surgery and Campaigns of the French Armies, on the Rhine, in Corsica, Catalonia, Italy, Egypt, and Syria ; at Boulogne, Ulm, and Austerlitz ; in Saxony, Prussia, Poland, Spain, and Austria. From the French of D.J. Larrey, M.D. first surgeon of the imperial guards, inspector general of the medical staff of the French armies &c. &c. baron of the empire, commandant of the legion of honour, knight of the order of the iron crown &c. &c. By Richard Willmot Hall, M. D. professour of midwifery and of the diseases of women and children in the University of Maryland. With notes by the translator. First American from the second Paris edition."
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PHILIP MOORE, Clerk of the District of Maryland.
FROM THE UNIVERSITY PRESS OF SERGEANT HALL,
134, BALTIMORE STREET.
In offering the interesting work of Dr. Larrey to the American publick in an English dress, the translator flatters himself he will contribute to the gratification of the general reader, while he lays before his brethren of the profession of physick such a variety of important facts and observations in the several departments of the science, as cannot fail to be acceptable. Few individuals in any age or country have been furnished with such extensive opportunities of acquiring a practical knowledge of military surgery as this author enjoyed, during the numerous and active campaigns of the French armies, in Asia,
Africa, and Europe, from the year 1792 till í 1812.
In several parts of the work minute topographical descriptions and unimportant de. tails have been omitted, while particular care has been taken to retain whatever was calculated to administer to the pleasure or instruction of the American reader.