Correspondence, 1763-1788.

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Morgan, John, 1735-1789. Correspondence, 1763-1788.

Correspondence, 1763-1788.

Nine of these letters are addressed to Sir Alexander Dick of Edinburgh (1763-1768), and relate to Morgan's medical studies, his travels on the Continent, and the founding of the medical department of the College of Physicians. These are copies of originals in possession of Mrs. Dick Cunyngham, Prestonfield House, Edinburgh.

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