A group of 11 works on cholera in the 19th century:
1. BROUSSAIS, J.F.V. Two Clinical Lectures upon the Nature, Treatment, and Symptoms of Spasmodic Cholera. New York 1832. Disbound. Worthington Hooker's copy with his ownership signature on front wrapper.
2. BUEL, WILLIAM P. "Remarks on the Asiatic Cholera, in the City of New York in 1848-9." IN: The New York Journal of Medicine, January, 1850, pp 9-30. Folding lithograph map. Wrappers. Wrappers detached, chipping to wrappers, toning.
3. FAYRER, JOSEPH. "The Natural History and Epidemiology of Cholera." London: 1888. Lacking wrappers, light toning.
4. KELLY, JAMES, et al. "Report of the Proceedings of the Sanatory Committee of the Board of Health, in Relation to the Cholera, as it Prevailed in New York in 1849." New York: 1849. Lacking wrappers, light spotting.
5. KLOB, JULIUS MARTIN. "Pathologisch-Anatomische Studien uber das wesen des Cholera-Processes." Leipzig: 1867. Publisher's yellow printed wrappers. Light wear and slight soiling to wrappers.
6. PENNOCK, C. W., and W. W. GERHARD. "Observations on the Cholera of Paris." Philadelphia: 1832. Lacking wrappers, toning.
7. "Report of the Committee of Internal Health on the Asiatic Cholera, Together with a Report of the City Physician on the Cholera Hospital." Boston: 1849 [but dated 1850 on wrapper]. Original grey printed wrappers. Small chip to lower corner of front wrapper, some soiling and handling wear.
8. SCHMOELE, WILLIAM. "An Essay on the Cause, Diffusion, Localization, Prevention and Cure of the Asiatic Cholera and Other Epidemics." Philadelphia: 1866. Publisher's printed wrappers. Some dampstaining to front wrapper and title page, losses to spine, chips to front wrapper. Inscribed by the author.
9. SIMPSON, JAMES Y. "On the Evidence of the Occasional Contagious Propagation of Malignant Cholera." FROM: Edinburgh Medical Surgical Journal. Offprint. Lacking wrappers. Inscribed in Simpson's hand "Medical Society Library," with their stamp on title page.
10. SMITH, ASHBEL. "The Cholera Spasmodica, as Observed in Paris in 1832; Comprising its Symptoms, Pathology, and Treatment. Illustrated by Cases. " New York: 1832. Lacking front wrapper, light spotting.
11. SQUIBB, EDWARD R. "Advice upon the Epidemic Cholera." New York: 1866. Pamphlet. Publisher's printed wrappers. Spotting, light dampstaining to lower edge.