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LONDON OPHTHALMIC INFIRMARY
[Annual report. 1827]
Twenty-second 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, 1827.
38, [2] p. ; 20.9 cm. (4º)

Soane was a life subscriber to and governor of the Moorfields infirmary.

Copy Notes With a loosely inserted sheet containing 4 printed out-patient admission slips to the infirmary, uncut.

Binding Original printed blue paper wrappers.

Reference Number 2679


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