Sydney, L. Bruck, 1894.
Octavo, [iv], vi, 219 pages with 87 illustrations plus 5 plates [and] xii, 166 pages.
Stippled cloth (with the binder's ticket of W.K. Thomas, Adelaide); spine a little sunned; an excellent copy, essentially unused.
The cumulative edition, comprising the original sheets of the first title, printed and published in Adelaide by the Government Printer in 1884, and the second volume, published in Sydney by Bruck in 1894. Of the first part, Ford states: 'First work in English devoted wholly to hydatid disease. Deals with preventive aspects. Appendix describes experiments on development of worms in dogs, following ingestion of human material' (Ford 2183). This cumulative edition of Ford 2183 and 2186 is Ford 2187. With the bookplate of Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, the son-in-law of Sir Edward Charles Stirling (consult the 'Australian Dictionary of Biography' for details on these two eminent men).