Reference numberNLB/37/354
Alternative reference numberNLB/37 p217
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Mr Lewis, Gower Street, WC
Date6 March 1908
Description'Dear Sir,
In reply to your enquiry concerning books for the Caps (Western) Bramch of the British Medical Association Library, I beg to inform you that we have put aside a few volumes, as per list herewith, and if there are such as would prove acceptable to the Library in question, we shall be happy to hand them to you for transmission to the Cape.
Buist, J B, Vaccins and Variola. Cournelles, Dr. Fovsau de., Electricite Curative. Hein, E. Anatomy of the Lymphatic System. 2 volumes. Lehmann, C. G. Physiological Chemisty. 3 volumes. Manual of the Natural History, Geology, and Physics of Greenland etc. Edited by T Pupert Jones. Memoirs of the Royal Society. Vol 4, 1739. Peacock, Dr., Malformation of the Human Heart. 2nd Edition. Report of the Hyderchad Choloform Comisson, with volume of selected tracings of Experiments with Chloroform and Ether. Smith, F., Veterinary Hygiene. Tension-Woods, Fish and Fishers of New South Wales. Warrington, R., Chemistry of the Farm. 6th Edition.
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