Organon of Medicine
by Samual Hahnemann

Organon Of Medicine Timeline

First Edition Leipzig 1810 age 55

Second Edition, Leipzig, 1818 age 63

Compelled to leave Leipzig in 1821

Third Edition, Kothen, Easter, 1824 age 69

Reveals his theory of Chronic Disease to Stapf and Gross. 1827
Publishes three volumes of the First Edition of Chronic Diseases 1828.
The two latter volumes containing 15 new medicines.

Forth Edition, Kothen, January, 1829 age 74

Fifth Edition, Kothen, March, 1833 age 78

Moved to Paris 1835

Sixth Edtion, Paris, February,  1842, age 87

Hahneman died in Paris on July 2, 1843, aged 88 years.

Fifth English Edition, by R.E. Dudgeon, London, March 1893

Sixth English Edition, by Dr. William Boericke, Boston, September 1921


Website editing and html authoring:- G.S. White, Mullumbimby, Australia, 1999-2009

New translations which may be useful  are:- 
Jost Kunsli et al and especially Wenda Brewster O'Reilly's new translation, which can be found at Broughsbooks.

Some time I'll get around to finishing the  Appendix. GWhite.

See also. Organon of Medicine with introduction and commentary on the text by B.K.Sarkar, Cal, Battacharyya Co 73 Netaji Subhas Rd, Calcutta 700 001.