Course of publick lectures in anatomy, in the College of Edinburgh., 1769, taken from him during the time of lecturing by John Redman, student of physic and surgery in the same college. In proprium usum A.D. 1746. Copied from his original manuscript by B. Duffield.

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Monro, Alexander, 1697-1767. Course of publick lectures in anatomy, in the College of Edinburgh., 1769, taken from him during the time of lecturing by John Redman, student of physic and surgery in the same college. In proprium usum A.D. 1746. Copied from his original manuscript by B. Duffield.

Course of publick lectures in anatomy, in the College of Edinburgh., 1769, taken from him during the time of lecturing by John Redman, student of physic and surgery in the same college. In proprium usum A.D. 1746. Copied from his original manuscript by B. Duffield.

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