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A speech delivered at a quarterly statutory meeting of the Senatus Academicus of the University of Edinburgh : on the 15th of January 1825, accusing James Hamilton of having published a false and calumnious libel against the Senatus Academicus as a corporate body; against the institutions of medicine, as a branch of education at Edinburgh; and against the present professo [sic] of institutions of medicine, as an individual

Duncan, Andrew, 1744-1828.
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1825

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Edinburgh : Printed by P. Neill, 1825.

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39 pages, 1 unnumbered page ; 21 cm (8vo)

Notes

Page 5 misnumbered 3.

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  • English


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