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Address delivered at the opening of the medical session in the University of London, October 1st, 1832 / by John Elliotson
Spine title of bound volume: Medical miscellaneous, 1830-35.
Bib ID 6038614
Format BookBook
Author
Elliotson, John, 1791-1868
 
Description London : Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, [1832] 
16 p. ; 22 cm. 
Series

Pamphlets (Oxford and Cambridge University Club) ; vol. 47.

Subjects University of London. Medical School.  |  Medical education -- Great Britain.

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    Label: Medical miscellaneous, 1830-35.
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