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  • /1 Cutting from Brockbank, Lives of the Honorary Staff of MRI
  • /2 Offprint F.J Faraday, 'Henry Browne' from Memoirs and proceedings of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society 46.6 1901-2; a detailed biography of Browne.
  • /3-5 Holograph notes references to Browne in MRI minutes.
  • /6 References to Browne in the Cuttings book, supporter of extension of MRI at Piccadilly, 1892.
  • /7 Holograph notes. references to Browne in minutes of Manchester Royal School of Medicine, 1847-1855 [see MMC/5/3/2/1].
  • /8 Autograph signature of Browne.
  • /9 Holograph note: Browne's advice to patients: 'Keep your bowels open, trust in the Lord, and wear flannel next to your skin'.
  • /10 Holograph note Medical Directory entry 1856.
  • /11 Holograph note references to Browne in Renaud MRI and JordanJordan.
  • /12 Holograph note entry in Whellan's Directory 1852.
  • /13 Holograph note of letter from Alfred Golland to Bosdin Leech 6 March 1939, anecdotes about Browne
  • /14 Holograph note of biographical information.
  • /15 Voting slip supporting increase subscription of Medical Section of the RMI [Manchester Medical Society], 10 January 1863.
  • /16 Letter from Baltahasar Foster to James Bower Harrison, 18 December 1865, discusses a paper by Browne on dyspepsia [assume this is Henry Browne].
  • /17 notice of death 28 December 1902.
  • /18 Cutting from the Serpent March 1926, about donation of bust of Browne by George Buckstone Brown to the University of Manchester.
  • /19-21 Carte de visite photographs of Browne.
  • /22 Letter from Henrietta Browne [daughter] to Bosdin Leech , 11 June 1932, discusses proposal to put up picture of Browne in Manchester Medical Society rooms, offers photograph for this purpose.
  • /23 Letter from Jessie Dobson to EMB, 18 August 1955, requesting information about Henry Browne, for a biography of Sir George Buckstone Browne.
  • /24-25 notice of death of daughters, Mary, 1933, and Henrietta, 1958.
  • /26 Pamphlet (privately printed) in memoriam of Mary Browne, founder of the Mill Street Girls' Institute in Manchester.