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Title:
An account of the New-York Hospital.
Author:
Society of the New York Hospital.
Publication Information:
New-York : Printed by Collins & Co., 1811.
Physical Description:
65 pages, 74 pages : folded frontispiece, folded plan. ; 20 cm
General Note:
Includes the Charter (1771) two acts of the state legislature (1806, 1810) and the "By-laws and regulations" for the hospital and the library.

Lists of governors, officers, physicians, and members: p. 59-65.

A considerably enlarged edition of the work published in 1804 under title: A brief account of the New-York Hospital. It was attributed by Sabin to John Murray, Jr., or to Thomas Eddy.

Microfilmed for preservation
Language:
English
Local Note:
Enlarged edition: [A]-G⁸ H¹⁰ A-G⁸ H¹² K⁶; [1]-56 57-[66] [1]-56 57-[68] 69-74; 20.5 x 13.5 cm. The printer's imprint, "Printed by Collins & Co.," is on the title page. The volume is quarter bound in tan paper over heavy paper marbled in brown and black (now badly faded), with the title written on the spine (now badly mutilated) from bottom to top; both covers are blank. The endpapers are plain white laid paper of the same type as the text pages. The frontispiece consists of a foldout engraving of the New York Hospital (20.5 x 31 cm.), which faces another foldout engraving of an architectural drawing of the hospital buildings (20.5 x 29 cm.). The title has the title, printer, and date and place of publication, and bears a previous owner's signature "T. E. Marshall" in black ink, the stamp "WITHDRAWN" in black ink, and an orange ownership sticker, "BUFFALO HISTORICAL SOCIETY." The text pages are somewhat foxed, but are otherwise in good condition. The hospital library catalog is paginated and signatured separately from the rest of the text.
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