Robert Nesbitt, Human Osteogeny Explained in Two Lectures.
Robert Nesbitt's Human Osteogeny Explained in Two Lectures is one of the many titles from Secundus' 'reading list' pasted in the front of The Anatomy of Human Bones and Nerves. 'Nesbitt pointed out that bones may develop in membrane as well as cartilage, an observation which was ignored until the nineteenth century. He left an outstanding description of bone growth.' - Garrison-Morton (5th ed.) There are several etchings of bone structures at the rear of the text.
Robert Nesbitt, Human Osteogeny Explained in Two Lectures. London: Printed by J. Noon, 1736.