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GOODEVE, Henry Hurry   1806-1884

  • Hints for the general management of children
  • Subjects: infant care, children, colonial households,

    • 1. [Third edition, "Hints for the general management of children in India', 1852]
      GB:   LB  

      The BMCat lists a third edition of "Hints for the general management of children in India, in the absence of professional advice ...' as published London: 1852.

    • 2. — [Fourth edition, 1856]
      US:   DCL  

      The NUCat lists a fourth edition as published London: W. Thacker and Co 1856.

    • 3. — The management and medcal treatment of children in India. Second edition, being the eighth edition of Goodeve's "Hints on the management of children in India". By Edward A. Birch, M.D. (Surgeon-Major, Bengal Establishment), member of the Royal College of Physicians of London; Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland; diplomate in state medicine, University of Cambridge; Fellow of the Calcutta University; Surgeon-superintendent of the General Hospital, Calcutta, etc.
      18.5 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-vii] viii-xv [xvi] [1] 2-419 [420], [i] ii- xxxii publ ads   illus  
      GB:   LB   *LoEN  

      Binding: brown cloth.

    • 4. — [Fourth edition, 1902]
      GB:   LB  

      The BMCat lists a fourth edition, revised and enlarged by Edward Alfred Birch as published Calcutta and London: Thacker, Spink & Co, 1902.

    • 5. — [Eighth edition, 1936]
      GB:   LB  

      The BMCat lists an eighth edition of "Birch's management and medical treatment of children in India and the Tropics ... by E.H. Vere Hodge' as published Calcutta: Thacker, Spink & Co; London: W. Thacker & Co 1936.
      General comments: Most of the editions of this work are not listed here as they were not published in Britain. It was originally written by Surgeon Henry Hurry Goodeve and printed privately in 1844, a second edition following later the same year. The first revised edition was edited by S.C.G. Chuckerbutty, followed by a sixth edition in 1872 revised by Joseph Ewart. The book was rewritten by Birch for the seventh edition, although it was some years before the title was changed to include his name. A third edition of Birch's work was published in Calcutta in 1895, and a fifth in 1913.

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