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MEMBER OF THE ROYAL COLLEGB OF SURGEONS OF ENGLAND
SURGEON TO THE RIPON DISPENSARY,
“Justâ confessione omnes terræ quoque vires aquarum sunt beneficii. Qua-propter ante omnia ipsarum potentiæ exempla ponemus. Cunctas enim quis mortalium enumerare queat ?”
PLIN. “ Difficile est, imo haud possibile, trità ab aliis viâ sic ingredi, ut in eorum vestigia nunquam incurras.” SANADON.
AND BAINES AND NEWSOME, LEEDS.
OF BISHOPTON GRANGE, RIPON.
MY DEAR SIR,
Your permission to dedicate this little work to you affords me an opportunity of expressing my admiration of your high character, worth, and benevolence, both as a Gentleman and a Physician.
In this sentiment all who know you will unanimously and heartily concur.
But I have an additional and personal gratification in thus acknowledging, in the only way in my power, the repeated and important instances of your kindness to me, during an intercourse of
That you may long continue to enjoy, in the bosom of your family, the blessing of health, and the possession of happiness, is the sincere wish of,
My dear Sir,