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Sir James Clark, Bart., Physician in Ordinary to H.M. Queen Victoria: many concerning possible succession by Longmore to P.M.O. Logan. Includes some letters and copies from Dr Parkes and Miss Nightingale

Date
1863-1870
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RAMC/1139/LP/41/1-24
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1863-1870

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