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Bruhier, Jacques-Jean, -1756. The uncertainty of the signs of death (1)
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1Title:  An address to the public.   
 Creator:  Hawes, William, 1736-1808. 
 Publication:  [London? : s.n., 1778?]  
 Extent:  16p. ; 8⁰. 
 Subjects:  Death, Apparent - Early works to 1800

 
Collection:  Wellcome Collection 
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2Title:  An essay on vital suspension: Being an attempt to investigate and to ascertain those diseases, in which the principles of life are apparently extinguished. By a Medical Practitioner.   
 Creator:  Medical Practitioner. 
 Publication:  London : Printed for Rivington and Sons, St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCCXLI. [1741]  
 Extent:  [4],23,[1]p. ; 8⁰. 
 Subjects:  Death, Apparent - Early works to 1800

 
Collection:  Wellcome Collection 
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3Title:  The german Lazarus; being a plain and faithful account of the extraordinary events that happened to John Engelbrecht of Brunswick: relating to his apparent death, and return to life: With the Commission given to him during that Interval. All written by himself. And done from the original High-Dutch, with several attestations prefix'd.   
 Creator:  Engelbrecht, Hans, 1599-1642. 
 Publication:  London : printed for Ben. Bragg at the Raven in Pater-Noster-Row, 1707.  
 Extent:  [18],66p. ; 4⁰. 
 Subjects:  Death, Apparent - Early works to 1800

 
Collection:  Wellcome Collection 
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4Title:  An address to the public.   
 Creator:  Hawes, William, 1736-1808. 
 Publication:  [London, 1778]  
 Extent:  19,[1]p. ; 8⁰. 
 Subjects:  Death, Apparent - Early works to 1800

 
Collection:  Wellcome Collection 
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5Title:  A wonder of wonders: Being a faithful narrative and true relation of one Anne Green, servant to Sir Tho. Reed in Oxfordshire, who being got with child by a gentleman, her child falling from her in the house or office, being but a span long, and dead born, was condemned on the 14. of December last, and hanged in the castle-yard in Oxford, for the space of half and hour, receiving many great and heavy blowes on the brests, by the but end of the souldiers muskets, and being pul'd down by the leggs, and was afterwards beg'd for an anatomy, by the physicians, and carried to Mr. Clarkes house, an apothecary, where in the presence of many learned chyrurgions, she breathed, and began to stir; insomuch, that Dr. Petty caused a warm bed to be prepared for her, let her blood, and applyed oyls to her, so that in 14 hours she recovered, and the first words she spake were these; behold Gods providence! Behold his miraculous and loving kindness! VVith the manner of her tryal, her speech and confession at the gallowes; and a declaration of the souldiery touching her recovery. Witnessed by Dr. Petty, and licensed according to order   
 Creator:  Burdet, W. 
 Publication:  John Clowes, London, 1651] 
 Notes:  Signed at end: W. Burdet. Imprint from Madan. Annotation on Thomason copy: "Jan: 10. 1650". Reproduction of the original in the British Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([2], 6 p.) 
 Subjects:  Death, Apparent -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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6Title:  The uncertainty of the signs of death, and the danger of precipitate interments and dissections, demonstrated, I. From the known Laws of the Animal Oeconomy. II. From the Structure of the Parts of the Human Body. and, III. From a great Variety of amusing and well-attested Instances of Persons who have return'd to Life in their Coffins, in their Graves, under the Hands of the Surgeons, and after they had remain'd apparently dead for a considerable Time in the Water. With Proper Directions, both for preventing such Accidents, and repairing the Misfortunes brought upon the Constitution by them. To the whole is added, a curious and entertaining account of the funeral solemnities of many ancient and modern nations, exhibiting the Precautions they made use of to ascertain the Certainty of Death. Illustrated with copper plates.   
 Creator:  Winslow, Jacques-Bénigne, 1669-1760. 
 Publication:  London : printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCXLVI. [1746]  
 Extent:  [8],219,[1]p.,plates ; 12⁰. 
 Subjects:  Death, Apparent - Early works to 1800 | Burial, Premature - Early works to 1800

 
Collection:  Wellcome Collection 
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7Title:  The uncertainty of the signs of death, and the danger of precipitate interments and dissections: demonstrated, I. From the known laws of the animal œconomy. II. From the structure of the parts of the human body. And, III. From a great variety of amusing and well-attested instances of persons who have return'd to life ... With proper directions, both for preventing such accidents, and repairing the misfortunes brought upon the constitution by them. To the whole is added, a curious and entertaining account of the funeral solemnities of many ancient and modern nations, exhibiting the precautions they made use of to ascertain the certainty of death. Illustrated with copper plates   
 Alt. Title:  An mortis incertae signa minus incerta a chirurgicis quam ab aliis experimentis? English   
 Creator:  Winslow, Jacques-Bénigne, 1669-1760 | Bruhier, Jacques-Jean, d. 1756 
 Publication:  Printed for M. Cooper, London, 1746. 
 Notes:  Translated from "Dissertation sur l'incertitude des signes de la mort et l'abus des enterrements et embaumements précipités, par M. Jacques Benigne-Winslow ... tr. et commentée par Jacques-Jean Bruhier," Paris, 1742. "Measures to be taken for the relief of those, who are thought to be drown'd," p. 203-219, are by the English translator. The original thesis by Winslow has title: An mortis incertæ signa minus incerta a chirurgicis quam ab aliis experimentis? Paris, 1740, 8 p. 
 Extent:  [6], 219 p., [6] leaves of plates : ill. ; 17 cm. 
 Subjects:  Burial, Premature -- Early works to 1800 | Death, Apparent -- Early works to 1800

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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8Title:  A physical dissertation on drowning: in which submersion, commonly call'd drowning, is shewn to be a long time consistent with the continuance of life, from a variety of unexceptionable tho' surprising facts, related by the most eminent and judicious Authors, and confirm'd by incontestable Evidence; which Facts are reconcil'd and accounted for, from the strictest Laws of the Animal Oeconomy. To which is subjoined, the proper measures for recovery and relief; the Obligations we lie under to practise them are clearly suggested, and strongly enforc'd; intended for the Good of Mankind, by restoring Life to many Persons, who are erroneously supposed to be irretrievably drowned. Recommended particularly, to the Consideration of the Surgeons of the Navy and Army, who have frequent Opportunities of practising the Methods recommended. With an Appendix, containing some Methods for the Recovery of those who hang themselves, and of Children supposed to be born dead. by a physician.   
 Creator:  Jackson, Rowland, 1720-1784. 
 Publication:  London : printed for Jacob Robinson, at the Golden-Lion in Ludgate-Street, MDCCXLVI. [1746]  
 Extent:  [6],80p.,plate ; 8⁰. 
 Subjects:  Death, Apparent - Early works to 1800 | Drowning - Resuscitation - Early works to 1800

 
Collection:  Wellcome Collection 
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9Title:  Observations on apparent death from drowning, suffocation, &c. With an account of the means to be employed for recovery. Drawn up at the desire of the Northamptonshire preservative society: By James Curry, M.D. member of the Royal medical society of Edinburgh, and physician at Kettering.   
 Creator:  Curry, James. 
 Publication:  [Northampton] : Printed by Dicey and Co. Northampton:-and sold (for the benefit of the fund) by J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-Yard, London; and by W. Birdsall, and T. Burnham, booksellers, Northampton, 1792.  
 Extent:  x,113,[1].,plate ; 8⁰. 
 Subjects:  Death, Apparent - Early works to 1800 | First aid in illness and injury - Early works to 1800

 
Collection:  Wellcome Collection 
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10Title:  Popular observations on apparent death from drowning, suffocation, &c. With an account of the means to be employed for recovery. Drawn up at the desire of the Northamptonshire Preservative Society: by James Curry, M.D. Member of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh, and Physician to the Northampton Hospital.   
 Creator:  Curry, James. 
 Publication:  Northampton : printed by T. Dicey and Co. - and sold (for the benefit of the fund) by W. Birdsall, and T. Burnham, Booksellers, Northampton; and by Law and Son, Ave Maria Lane, London, M,DCC,XCII. [1792]  
 Extent:  x,113,[1]p.,plate ; 8⁰. 
 Subjects:  Death, Apparent - Early works to 1800 | First aid in illness and injury - Early works to 1800

 
Collection:  Wellcome Collection 
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11Title:  A discourse relative to the subject of animation, delivered before the Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at their semiannual meeting June 13th, 1797. By John Fleet, Jun. M.D. M.M.S. [One line Latin epigram]   
 Creator:  Fleet, John, 1766-1813.  | Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 
 Publication:  Boston : Printed by John & Thomas Fleet, Cornhill, 1797.  
 Extent:  25, [1] p. ; 4⁰. 
 Subjects:  Death, Apparent | Drowning - Resuscitation | Death, Apparent - Early works to 1800 | Drowning - Resuscitation - Early works to 1800

 
Collection:  Wellcome Collection 
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12Title:  Joseph of Arimathaea's testimony: concerning divers men which had been dead, were risen again to life, and especially of Simeon's two sons, Garius and Levicius   
 Publication:  s.n, S.l, 1790?] 
 Notes:  A paraphrase of the Gospel of Nicodemus. Date of publication suggested by the British Library. Reproduction of original in the British Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource (1 sheet ([1] p.).) 
 Subjects:  Miracles -- Early works to 1800 | Death, Apparent -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books | Broadsides 18th century

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
 View Full Record 
13Title:  The Most lamentable and deplorable accident which on Friday last, June 22, befell Laurence Cawthorn, a buccher in St. Nicholas Shambles in Newgate Market: who being suspected to be dead by the two hasty covetousness and cruelty of his land-lady ... was suddenly and inhumanely buryed : together with the report of his moving of the body as it was carrying by the bearers to his grave, and the treating of his winding sheet with his own hands, and the lamentable shrieks and groans he made on the Saturday and Sunday following : as also the examination and commitment of his land-lord and land-lady by the lord mayor to the prison of Newgate   
 Publication:  Printed for W. Gilbertson, London, 1661. 
 Notes:  Reproduction of original in the British Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource (16 p.) 
 Subjects:  Cawthorn, Laurence | Burial, Premature -- Early works to 1800 | Death, Apparent -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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14Title:  An essay on the recovery of the apparently dead   
 Creator:  Kite, Charles, 1768-1811 | Lettsom, John Coakley, 1744-1815 | Dilly, Charles, 1739-1807 
 Publication:  printed for C. Dilly in the Poultry, London, 1788. 
 Notes:  On pp. [257]-274 'Appendix ; containing a description of a pocket case of instruments [made by J. H. Savigny]'. Errata on p. [1], first count. With a final [1] p. of directions to the binder for placing the plates. 
 Extent:  xxvii, [1], 274, [1] p., [7] l. of pls. : ill., (tables) ; 22 cm. 
 Subjects:  Savigny, J. (John) | Death, Apparent -- Early works to 1800 | Drowning -- Resuscitation -- Early works to 1800

 
Collection:  Johns Hopkins University Library 
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15Title:  The uncertainty of the signs of death, and the danger of precipitate interments and dissections: demonstrated I. from the known laws of the animal oeconomy, II. from the structure of the parts of the human body, and III. from a great variety of amusing and well-attested instances of persons who have returned to life in their coffins, in their graves, under the hands of the surgeons, and after they had remain'd apparently dead for a considerable time in the water : with proper directions, both for preventing such accidents, and repairing the misfortunes brought upon the constitution by them : to the whole is added, a curious and entertaining account of the funeral solemnities of many ancient and modern nations, exhibiting the precautions they made use of to ascertain the certainty of death   
 Creator:  Winslow, Jacques-Bénigne, 1669-1760 | Bruhier, Jacques-Jean, d. 1756 
 Publication:  Printed for M. Cooper, London, 1751. 
 Notes:  Translated from "Dissertation sur l'incertitude des signes de la mort et l'abus des enterrements et embaumements précipités, par M. Jacques Benigne-Winslow ... tr. et commentée par Jacques-Jean Bruhier," Paris, 1742. 
 Extent:  xi, [6], 219 p., [6] leaves of plates : ill. ; 17 cm. 
 Subjects:  Burial, Premature -- Early works to 1800 | Death, Apparent -- Early works to 1800 | Funeral rites and ceremonies

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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16Title:  Newes from the dead. Or A true and exact narration of the miraculous deliverance of Anne Greene, who being executed at Oxford Decemb. 14. 1650. afterwards revived : and by the care of certain physitians there, is now perfectly recovered. Together with the manner of her suffering, and the particular meanes used for her recovery. / Written by a scholler in Oxford for the satisfaction of a friend, who desired to be informed concerning the truth of the businesse. Whereunto are prefixed certain poems, casually written upon that subject.   
 Creator:  Watkins, Richard, 1623 or 1624-1708. 
 Publication:  Oxford : Printed by Leonard Lichfield [and H. Hall], for Tho. Robinson, A.D. 1651.  
 Extent:  2 unnumbered pages, 14, 10 pages 
 Subjects:  Death, Apparent - Early works to 1800 | Executions and executioners - England - Early works to 1800 | Infanticide - England - Early works to 1800 | Greene, Anne, 1628-

 
Collection:  Wellcome Collection 
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17Title:  The surprising wonder of Doctor Watts, who lay in a trance three days. To which is added, a sermon, preached at his intended funeral, ... Also, a sermon which he preached himself, ...   
 Publication:  [London] : Howard and Evans, 42, Long-lane, West-smithfield, [1800?]  
 Extent:  8p. ; 12⁰. 
 Subjects:  Burial, Premature - Early works to 1800 | Death, Apparent - Early works to 1800 | Watts, Henry, rector of St. Clement's, active 1660.

 
Collection:  Wellcome Collection 
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18Title:  A sermon, preached at Christ Church, Middlesex, for the benefit of the Humane Society, on Sunday the 30th day of March; and at the parish church of Wandsworth, on Sunday the 27th day of April, 1788. By the Rev. Robert Pool Finch, D. D. prebendary of westminster, and rector of St. John the evangelist in that city. With a prefatory address, and an appendix, containing some select Accounts of Recovery in various Cases of Suspended Animation.   
 Creator:  Finch, Robert Pool, 1724-1803. 
 Publication:  London : printed by John Nichols, for the Society: and sold by Dilly, Paynes, Rivingtons and Hookham, MDCCLXXXVIII. [1788]  
 Extent:  viii,48p. ; 4⁰. 
 Subjects:  Assistance in emergencies - Sermons | Death, Apparent - Early works to 1800 | Humane Society (For the recovery of persons)

 
Collection:  Wellcome Collection 
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19Title:  A sermon, preached at Christ Church, Middlesex, for the benefit of the Humane Society, on Sunday the 30th day of March; and at the parish church of Wandsworth, on Sunday the 27th day of April, 1788. By the Rev. Robert Pool Finch, D. D. Prebendary of Westminster, and Rector of St. John the Evangelist in that City. With a prefactory address, and an appendix, containing some select Accounts of Recovery in various Cases of Suspended Animation.   
 Creator:  Finch, Robert Pool, 1724-1803. 
 Publication:  London : printed by John Nichols, for the Society: and sold by Dilly, Paynes, Rivingtons, and Hookham, MDCCLXXXVIII. [1788]  
 Extent:  [6],xi-xiii,[1],84,xxviiip. ; 8⁰. 
 Subjects:  Death, Apparent - Early works to 1800 | Assistance in emergencies - Sermons | Humane Society (For the recovery of persons)

 
Collection:  Wellcome Collection 
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20Title:  Newes from the dead. Or A true and exact narration of the miraculous deliverance of Anne Greene, who being executed at Oxford Decemb. 14. 1650. afterwards revived: and by the care of certain hysitians [sic] there, is now perfectly recovered. Together with the manner of her suffering, and the particular meanes used for her recovery. Written by a scholler in Oxford for the satisfaction of a friend, who desired to be informed concerning the truth of the businesse. Whereunto are added certain poems, casually written upon that subject   
 Creator:  Watkins, Richard, 1623 or 1624-1708 
 Publication:  printed by Leonard Lichfield [and H. Hall], for Tho. Robinson, Oxford, .D. [sic] 1651. 
 Notes:  H. Hall's name from Madan. Pages numbered (1) - (14), (5) - (22) p. With p. 5 (1st sequence) misnumbered 6 and p. 20 misnumbered 16. The edition statement is between two rules. Some print show-through. Reproduction of the original in the Cambridge University Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([2], 22 [i.e. 32] p.) 
 Subjects:  Greene, Anne, -- 1628- -- Early works to 1800 | Death, Apparent -- Early works to 1800 | Executions and executioners -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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