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5 letters from Sir Thomas Longmore to Baron Larrey, President of the French Army Health Council, re the visit of Dr. Wills to Paris, 1863; M. Gaultier de Claubry's interest in the Abyssinian campaign, and trials of ambulance wagons, 1870; Longmore's promotion in the ranks of the Legion of Honour, 1879; the fame of Baron Larrey's father, 1887; and Longmore's election to the Medical Academy of Paris, 1888

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1863-1888
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