Boston, Massachusetts: Thomas Hall, Electrician and Manufacturer of Electro Medical Instruments 1865. , 241, , 36,  pages. 5 x 7 1/2 inches. Publisher's green cloth gilt. Binding dampstained along lower edge and lightly soiled overall. Endpapers soiled, plus first and last few pages (dirt, not damp). Good. Cloth. 
This work was first published in 1848, supplied here in the sixth enlarged edition. The previous edition (fifth) added a supplementary chapter. This edition adds a valuable historical resource - the fifth edition of Thomas Hall's instruments (40+ pages illustrated, dated 1864). The introduction to the catalogue documents Hall's association with Daniel Davis,Jr. and later Palmer and Hall, before becoming a supplier himself. All editions of this work are uncommon, perhaps because the work is organized as a treatise both on how to apply medicine, but also including reports from the field about uses and results. The first 307 "vignettes" are supplemented with another 71 applications.
A useful reference work for anyone interested in electro-medical instruments, or the history of the medical application of electricity.