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BLAIR, William (1766--1822)
[Prospectus]
Popular lectures on anatomy and the animal economy: wherein the structure and functions of the human body are familiarly explained and illustrated; for the information of scientific persons, amateurs of natural history, students in the liberal arts, and professional men in general. By William Blair, A.M. ... Plan of each course. ... The lectures commence on the first Tuesday evening in October and February, ... Further particulars may be learnt at Mr. Blair's house, No 69, Great Russel Street, Bloomsbury Square.
[London]: [1802?].
[2] p. ; 22.6 cm. (4°)

Quarter-sheet, verso blank. Drop-head title. Watermark dated '1800'; date suggested by Soane's annotations (see copy note below). At head of title: 'Bloomsbury Dispensary, No. 62, Great Russel Street.' Prospectus of a course of fifteen lectures. Blair was a member of the Royal College of Surgeons where he gave lectures on physiology, the syllabus of which was published in 1803 (q.v.). ESTC n47251.

Copy Notes Listed in pencil in Soane's hand are a sequence of dates, presumably those of the lectures: Oct. 5 / 12 / 19 / [etc.] / Decr. 7-. In 1802 October 5th fell on Tuesday.

Binding Loose paper.

Reference Number 6083


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