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Hannah Thatcher, deaf and dumb since birth, taught to hear and speak by W. Wright. Stipple engraving by J. Rogers, 1823, after Miss R.E. Drummond.
- Drummond, Rose Emma.
- 1 August 1823
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London : J. Nichols & Son, 1 August 1823 ([London] : T & I Elvey)
1 print : stipple engraving ; platemark 21.9 x 14.1 cm
Miss Hannah Thatcher, born deaf & dumb who was presented to the late Queen Charlotte on acquiring the sense of hearing & the faculty of speech under the treatment of Mr. Wright, her Majestys surgeon aurist with whom she now resides, in Princes Street, Hanover Square. Drawn by Miss R.E. Drummond. Engraved by J. Rogers.
Wellcome Library no. 17948i