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7. Human osteogeny explained in two lectures, read in the anatomical theatre of the surgeons of London, July the first and second, anno 1731 : In which not only the beginning and gradual increase of the bones of human foetuses are described; but also the nature of ossification is considered, and the general notion, that all bones are formed from cartilages, is demonstrated to be a mistake. By Robert Nesbitt, M.D. fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, and of the Royal Society, and reader of anatomy at Surgeons Hall

8. Osteographia, or The anatomy of the bones : In fifty-six plates. By William Cheselden. Every bone in the human body is here delineated as large as the life, and again reduced to lesser scales, in order to shew them united to one another. Likewise the gradual increase of the bones, from the first appearance of ossification in the fœtus to that of an adult, their internal texture, as also the ligaments of the joints, and a great variety of diseased bones are here exhibited. This work was executed in a camera obscura contrived on purpose by the author, which renders it more exact and complete than any thing of the kind whatever; one view of such prints shewing more than the fullest and best description can possibly do.

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