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Historical Sketch of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, by J. Gardner. 1860.

On the effects of the antiseptic system of treatment, by Joseph Lister. 1870.

Report on the contagious diseaes act, by John Simon. 1866.

Southampton branch of the Anti-Contagious diseases Act Association. n.d.

On the advantages to be derived from a new system of camping, by Capt. E.T. St. L. McGwire. 1869.

On Electric bells for domestic use, by William S. Adams & Son. n.d.

England, in relation with other countries. n.d.

Letter on Corpulence, by William Banting. 1864.

Estimation of Organic matter in water, by R. Angus Smith. 1866.

Requisition of the Naval Medical Officer, by Frederick James Brown. 1865.

Memorial to the late Lord Herbert. 1862.

A letter to the Lord Bishop of London, by Arthur P. Stanley. 1863.

An essay on the Origin and Nature of Tuberculosis & Cancerous diseases, by Richard Carmichael. 1836.

Leprosy, by C. Macnamara. 1866.



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Open and available by appointment at the Museum of Military Medicine. A digitised copy is available to view via the online catalogue on the Wellcome Collection website.

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