Re: Re: Books on medical topics
Please charge the following books to my credit card.
>* Narratives of the American Revolution Hugh Rankin, ed. FourI gather that Professor Rankin is no longer amongst the living. Which is a
>interesting journals, including: The Revolutionary Adventures of
>Ebenezer Fox of Roxbury, Massachusetts, whose narrative includes his
>remarkable service as a privateersman, an American soldier, a British
>soldier, and a fugitive; Albigence Waldo's Diary, A Surgeon at Valley
>Forge, 1777-1778, recounting many details of this difficult period in
>the American army; Chevalier de Pontgibaud, a French Volunteer in the
>War of Independence; and the famous journal of Baroness von Riedesel.
>Used copies in good or very good condition. 452 pages, hardbound.
>Rhode Islanders Record the Revolution: The Journals of William Humphrey
>and Zuriel Waterman Humphrey recounts his service Arnold's 1775
>expedition to Quebec, and his subsequent imprisonment in Quebec in 1776.
>Waterman records his service as the surgeon on the sloop Providence on
>several voyages from 1779 through 1781. 176 pages, softcover. $13.00
shame. I've recently acquired a number of books bearing his bookplate. I
never met Rankin but I admired his work over the years.
Hope that you enjoyed a happy Thanksgiving.