- Later owner's entry, stamp and dedication on first free endpaper; foxed/ yellowed. Spine rubbed; extremities of covers worn.
= The blank pages w. extensive and interesting manuscript annots. on diverse illnesses, i.a. "In de pokke der Kinderen", "In de ziektens der Kraamvrouwen", "In de ziektes der Zwangeren", "In der ziektens der Maagden" and about "Scheurbuijk", "Dolligheijt" and "Geswellen". Rijksmuseum voor de Geschiedenis van Natuurwetenschappen B20; Hirsch-H I, p.508; Lindeboom 180: "Love was a medical student yet, when he undertook this translation, some mistakes he made indicate that the students did not always understand the latin teaching entirely. For example he renders the word vomica, which means ulcer (in the lung), as vomiting!".