Flint, Austin. A Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Medicine; designed for the use of Practitioners and Students of Medicine. Philadelphia: Henry C. Lea, 1873. Fourth Edition, Carefully Revised. 
Full sheep, binding shows light wear yet undamaged and very good, black leather title label with gilt rules to spine, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches, 1070 clean & unmarked pp., 32 pp. publisher's catalogue of medical books, tight. Very good. Leather bound.
A very good + copy of this 19th century medical classic.
"Flint had a great influence on the early course of medicine in the United States. A proponent of improved European diagnostic methods, he popularized the binaural stethoscope in the United States. His Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Medicine (1866) went through numerous editions." - Encyclopedia Britannica online.
Austin Flint (1812-1886), b. Petersham, MA; d. NYC. Educated at Amherst and Harvard, Flint was one of the premier American physicians of the 19th century and a pioneer in heart research. He was one of the founders of the Buffalo Medical College (1847), taught at several institutions, was appointed visiting physician to Bellevue Hospital in NYC; he was from 1861 to 1886 professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine in Bellevue Hospital Medical College. He served as president of the New York Academy of Medicine (1875-1885); as president of the American Medical Association (1884); and elected as a member of the American Philosophical Society (1880).