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Jackson, Samuel.  A lecture on medical education, introductory to the course of the institutes of medicine, in the University of Pennsylvania, for the session 1833–4. Philadelphia: Printed at the Athenian Buildings, Franklin Place, 1833. 8vo (21.7 cm, 8.5"). 32 pp.
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Provenance: On the inside cover, the signature of Mr. Wilson J. Farley. From the residue of the stock of the F. Thomas Heller bookselling firm (est. ca. 1928).

American Imprints 19501. In blue paper wrappers; detached from text, rubbed and lightly soiled, rear wrapper foxed and creased. Provenance marks as above; some foxing to interior, minor stain to fore-edge of leaves, light age-toning.  (39692)   Please RESHELVE This.


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