Table of Contents:
  • Preface.
  • Life of William Harvey.
  • Last will and testament of William Harvey.
  • An anatomical disquisition on the motion of the heart and blood in animals.
  • The first anatomical disquisition on the circulation of the blood, addressed to John Riolan.
  • A second disquisition to John Riolan; in which many objections to the circulation of the blood are refuted.
  • Anatomical exercises on the generation of animals; to which are added, essays on parturition; on the membranes, and fluids of the uterus; and on conception.
  • Anatomical examination of the body of Thomas Parr.
  • Letters.