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Notes, [1792], by Richard Whitfield on medical lectures given by physician William Fordyce, [1788-1789]

Manuscript notes on Fordyce's lectures on medicine, delivered [1788-1789], taken by Richard Whitfield, [1792], containing lectures on material medica, natural history of the human body, doctrine of diseases, doctrine of fevers, doctrine of inflammations, particular inflammations, inflammation of the mucous membrane, eruptive fevers, chronic diseases, spasmodic disease. (6 volumes)

Papers of John Gunning relating to regulations for teaching of pupils, dressers and apprentices at Guy's Hospital, 1792

Papers of John Gunning, relating to the regulations for the teaching of pupils, dressers and apprentices at Guy's Hospital, including letter to Gunning from Joseph Warner, 29 Dec 1792, describing regulations in the hospitals in 1734; letter from William Lucas, [1792] also describing the system for apprentices, dressers and pupils; also three manuscript copies of regulations ND.

Gunning, John, d 1798, surgeon

Bound volume of illustrations of flies, possibly extracted from Faunae Insectorum Germanicae Initia by G W Panzer with illustrations by Jakob Sturm, [1793]

Bound volume containing 295 colour illustrations of flies (diptera) with Latin descriptions, with the manuscript inscription 'Diptera selected from a larger work published by G W Panzer, Nurnberg, 1793'. Probably extracts from Faunae Insectorum Germanicae Initia [Elements of the German insect fauna], Nuremburg, [1792-]1793-1813, containing Panzer's short textual descriptions and individual hand-coloured engravings by Jakob Sturm. Note: spine is incorrectly labelled 'Pauzer'.

Panzer, Georg Wolfgang Franz, 1755-1829, physician and entymologist

Notebook, 1794, of accounts and costs of building work at Guy's Hospital

Notebook 'Guy's Hospital No 19', 'memorandum in 1794' containing notes of accounts, cost of building supplies and construction work, summary of numbers of patients admitted to Guy's Hospital 1780-1793; rough sketches of building plans.Possibly belonging to Isaac Callaway or Thomas Callaway. According to H C Cameron, (Mr Guy's Hospital 1726-1948, Longmans Green and Co Ltd, London, 1954) Mr Callaway was Steward of Guy's Hospital.

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