Parkes Pamphlet Collection: Volume 52
- Part of
- Royal Army Medical Corps Muniments Collection
- Archives and manuscripts
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Alterations in distribution of duties of Medical Divisions of the War Office. 1888.
The Army Medical School & Mr. Knox. 1888.
The different methods of lifting & carrying Sick & Wounded, by Mr. G.H. Darwin. 1888.
The Medical Organisation of our Army, by Surg.Maj. J.G. Rogers. 1888.
Is the charge of breach of Faith proved, from the "B.M.J." 1887.
Automony of the Medical Service of the Army of France, by Brig. Surg. Godwin. 1889.
Questions to the Secretary of State for War, by the President & Council of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. 1890.
The transport of the sick & wounded in the time of war, by W.A. Morris. 1890.
How to improve the Medical Register, by G.J.H. Evatt. 1890.
Formation of a Departmental Annual Dinner Fund, by J. Hector. 1890.
The soldier and his Doctor, by John Butler-Hamilton. 1890.
Medical Corps Organisation of Continental Armies, by G.J.H. Evatt. 1890.
Personal recollections of the Afghan campaigns of 1879, 80. by G.J.H. Evatt-Remarks on the report of Lord Camperdown's Committee. 1890.
Directory of the Warrant Officers & N.C. Officers of the Medical Staff Corps, by T.G. Rose. 1891.
Progress of Sanitary Science & Preventive Medicine, by G.J.H. Evatt. 1891.
A programme for the Army Medical Service, by G.J.H. Evatt. 1891.
48th. Annual Report of the Council, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. On the Organisation of a division of the Volunteer Medical Staff Corps, by G.J.H. Evatt. 1891.
A Perfect Indian War Office? by G.J.H. Evatt. 1892.
Ambulance Work & Material in peace and war, by Mr. John Furley. 1892.
Notes on the organisation & Working of the Indian Field Hospital in War, by G.J.H. Evatt. 1892.
The Sanitary care of the soldier by his Officer, by G.J.H. Evatt. 1894.
Observations upon the Medical Department of the British Army made in 1891, by Alfred A. Woodhull. 1894.
The Medical Department of the Army, by Brig. Surg. B. Gillespie. 1894.
The Army Medical Organisation, by Lt. Col. W.H. Climo. 1894.
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