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A letter to Sir William Fettes, Bart. : affording demonstrative evidence, that much greater benefit will arise to those who have at once to struggle both with poverty and disease, from improving the Royal Infirmary by the establishment of a lock hospital, and an hospital for incurables, than by beginning a new rival infirmary, which may be productive of many evils / By Andrew Duncan, Sen.

Duncan, Andrew, 1744-1828.
Date
1825

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Edinburgh : Printed by P. Neill : Sold by Bell & Bradfute, 1825.

Physical description

16 pages ; 22 cm (8vo)

Notes

Copy 1 Supplier/Donor: A.R. Heath Note: Disbound. Stamp on t.p. and p. [5]: "Ex libris Medicae Societatis Edinensis." X196922

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  • English



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