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Two copies of the statutes of the medical college of Brussels, bound with a dissertation containing chemical experiments and a lecture read by the praeses and author's brother

Collegie der medecyne, op-ghericht door den magistraet der stadt Brussel
Brussels, Antoine Claudinot, 1721.
(2) [BRUSSELS]. [Collegie der medecyne, op-ghericht door den magistraet der stadt Brussel].
Brussels, Antoine Claudinot, 1721.
(3) WEIGEL, Christian Ehrenfried. Programma quo Christ. Ehrenfr. Weigel... fratris dilectissimi Caroli Henrici Bernhardi Weigel... dissertationem inauguralem... publice defendam indicit praemittens historiae baryllorium rudimenta.
Greifswald, Anton Ferdinand Röse, 1785. With a folding letterpress dedication page..
(4) WEIGEL, Christian Ehrenfried and Karl Heinrich Bernhard WEIGEL. Dissertatio inauguralis sistens experimenta chemica et instrumenta chirurgica emendata.
Greifswald, Anton Ferdinand Röse, 1785. With a folding engraved plate showing surgical instruments. 4 works in 1 volume. Small 4to (19.5 x 15 cm). 19th century boards.
€ 1,850
Ad 1-2: Third edition of the statutes of the Medical College of the city of Brussels in Dutch, first published in 1650, bound with a second copy lacking the preliminaries.
Ad 3: Short lecture on beryllium by Christian Ehrenfried Weigel (1748-1831), professor of chemistry and pharmacy at the University of Greifswald, which he read on occasion of the promotion of his brother Karl Heinrich Bernhard Weigel (died after 1834) for whom he acted as praeses.
Ad 4: The brother's dissertation, which contains several chemical experiments, is bound last
Binding worn at the edges; final page of ad 4 (opposite the engraving) heavily spotted; a good copy.
Ad 1 & 2: STCN (2 copies); Worldcat (3 copies); not in Anet; STCV; ad 4: Callisen, Medicinisches Schriftsteller-Lexicon der jetzt lebenden Aerzte XX (1834), p. 493.
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