ALS. Response to the editor's inquiries regarding the tuition and course of studies at the Edinburgh School of Medicine for Women.
ANS. Regretfully declines invitation.
ALS. Writes of the reception of one of his books.
ANS. Arranges a meeting.
ALS. Writes of family matters.
2 letters (ANS) and 2 holograph notes, unsigned, relating to various social engagements.
ALS relating medical notes and observations.
ALS. Invites addressee to join the Horticulture Society [of Edinburgh].
ALS. Writes regarding the settlement of an estate.
ALS. Writes to Mr. J. Robinson and Mr. Stockdale respectively regarding his account and the sale of his work.
Document, signed. John Mitchell petitions the Hospital for admittance. The Hospital receives the promise of John Haighton, physician, to supply the patient with clean body linen weekly and to remove the body at his expense, if the patient should die within the Hospital's care.
Holograph document, signed. Details the division of the trust estate of Ramsay by the commissioners appointed by the court of equity. Signed by commissioners, J. King, T. Smith and W. Simmons. Also signed by heirs and beneficiaries, J.W. Campbell, G.B. Reid, M.G. Ramsay, Sarah Ramsay, J.A. Ramsay, and W.G. Ramsay.
ANS and a calling card, with mss, unsigned. Regarding social engagements.
2 ANS. In one note, Dechambre refers to Ch. Bouchard and P. Brouardel.
ANS. Introduces Dr. Grant, a Canadian surgeon.
ANS. Asks addressee to bring his "memoire" to the evening's gathering.
ALS. Prescribes treatment of a fistula on a joint by iodized injections, Burgrave dressings and sea baths.
ANS. Informs addressee that a Dr. Morel, physician in chief at the Rouen Asylum, wishes to visit their patient, Leon Guibout.
ANS. Asks a colleague to assist him the next day.
ALS. Asks him to kindly give three or four baths free of charge to a servant girl of his wife who does not have the means to pay for them. Adds that next time he will recommend better patients.
ALS. Sends information on cases of artificial anus.
ANS. Requests that bearer be given a copy of his work on mineral waters, as well as his book on the liver. Note is attached to short biographical sketch.
ANS. Autograph sample.
ANS. Excuses his absence from a committee meeting.
Letter (ALS) concerning corrections to a report.
ANS. Sets a time to meet the next day.
ANS regarding a competition.
ANS. An autograph signature sample.
ANS. Prescribes a diuretic diet and daily sea baths.
ALS. Prescribes a course of treatment for tumors, including the application of leeches.
ALS. Sends a copy of his latest work.
AMS. A prescription.
ANS. Accepts invitation.
ALS. Relating to publication matters.
End fragment of an ALS.
Note (ANS) informing addressee of his return.
Fragment of a ALS, with signature.
Letter (ALS) informs recipient that Apostoli will send a recent published thesis on his electrical treatment of fibromata.
Photostat of an ALS.
Women's Health Project poster, undated 1 Linear Foot
Collection comprises a poster that promotes the organization's "aims to make knowledge about women's bodies and health available to women," and to "develop policy about women's health with women." Important issues illustrated include affordable health care, stopping the spread of AIDS, and a woman's right to choose contraception. There is also contact information.
ALS. Announces the date of his arrival in Paris and promises upon his return to visit his friend's mother, who is ill.
ALS. Letter of recommendation for Doctor Forester Dexter.
ALS. Informs Miss Butler of a slight change in travel plans due to a headache suffered by Mrs. Cogswell and relays Mrs. Cogswell's instruction to write and let them know how "Catherine and the rest are."
ALS. Asks Collard to befriend a St. Marc, who seeks reinstatement to his former position as principal of a college.
Adamos manuscript, undated 1 item
Four pages of a materia medica, of which one section bears the title "The Efforts and Vertuos: with the severall use of Venice Triache."
AMS. Royle's detailed report to Adam, Secretary to the Medical Board, Fort William, of the death from cholera of surgeon Henry Cavell.
ALS. Refers to the death of M. Taber, a mutual acquaintance.