Surgical Instruments Early Works To 1800 : Chirurgus marinus: or, The sea-chirurgion : Being instructions to junior chirurgic practitioners, who design to serve at sea in this imploy. In two general parts. The first part contains necessary directions, how the chirurgion should furnish himself with medicines, instruments, and necessaries, fit for that office; together with a medicinal catalogue, and an exemplary invoyce. The second part contains the surgions practice at sea, both cirurgical and physical; which practical part serves as well at land as at sea. By John Moyle, Sen. One of their Majesties superannuated sea-chirurgions.; Moyle, John.
Surplus Agricultural Commodities American : Food for peace, 1954-1978--major changes in legislation [electronic resource] / prepared for the Subcommittee on Foreign Agricultural Policy of the Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, United States Senate by the Congressional Research Service, the Library of Congress, April 26, 1979.; Library of Congress.
Surprise Brig : A narrative of the shipwreck of the British brig, "Surprise", of Glasgow, John William Ross, master, on the coast of Barbary, on the 28th December, 1815 [electronic resource] : and subsequent captivity of the passengers and crew by the Arabs, until ransomed by the Worshipful Company of Ironmongers.