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LONDON OPHTHALMIC INFIRMARY
[Annual Report. 1831]
Twenty-sixth annual report of the London Ophthalmic Infirmary, formerly designated the London Infirmary, for Curing Diseases of the Eye. Founded in the year 1804, by John Cunningham Saunders. Opened for the cure of patients on the 25th March, 1805; and supported by voluntary contributions.
London: printed by L. Thompson, 1831.
40 p. ; 19.9 cm. (4º)

Soane, who suffered from cataracts in later life, subscribes as a Life Governor at ten guineas.

Copy Notes Bound (8) in a collection of pamphlets, accompanied by four copies of the admissions proforma sheet.

Binding C19th maroon morocco-grained binder's cloth, gilt-lettered spine reading 'Hospitals.' Later numbered 'C' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 5389


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