Medical dissertation of Mohammed Dourry (Dourri) who studied at the medical faculty at University of Paris in 1869. Dourry was part of the Egyptian Mission to France and possibly the first Egyptian national to receive a Western medical degree.
A collection of occasional and satirical poems, in French. Contains poems addressed to notable members of society, and provides descriptions of local manners and customs. Contains numerous illustrations and photographs. Some poems were previously published in Le Scarabée, La Correspondance Egyptienne Illustrée, La Rivista, Le Sphinx, L'Echo de l'Orient, and La Réforme.