The volume bears the bookplate of the Radford Library, Saint Mary's Hospital, Manchester, which also indicates that it was allocated the reference number Q119 viz. their 1877 catalogue. The volume has since been referenced J6 D48 as part of an alternative system. The volume has the original pagination pp.1-178, although pp.165-178 are blank. Reference is made to both Dr Cullen and Dr Gregory in this volume.
There is an index at the front which lists a total of 45 male patients with corresponding page numbers. The names and ages of these patients are as follows Donald Stuart (44), David Bell (36), John Robertson (21), James Spence (24), Andrew Wilson (19), William Hay (34), John Burrel (29), John Craig (17), John McMurray (31), Peter Whitehead (34), William Adams (17), Valentine Dudding (20), Allan McSwaine (30), Saunders Pullen (45), John Cameron (42), Saunders Rayney (37), Henry Robinson (20), John Muir (22), William Grieve (24), John Scot (46), Robert Knot (35), John Frazer (30), Duff Davidson (32), Thomas Haddy (16), Joseph Cobb (23), Joseph Harrison (35), Duncan Grant, Angus McPherson (36), John Hook (18), Angus McDonald (26), Bernard Larkins (30), James Milne (13), Andrew Ronald (46), Alexander Frazer (21), John Adamson (18), Walter Millar (23), Peter McNaughton (60), Robert McKinnon (17), John Sandilands (27), Duncan Campbell (18), Charles Shaw (62), Saunders Pullen (45), John Smith (21), Duncan Cameron (24), Thomas Lyon (25).
Some of the symptoms and conditions described include amongst others fever & pain in hypogastric region, cough & expectorant, swollen wrist, headaches, delirious, paralysis of left side, impaired speech, thirst, loss of appetite, chest pain, vomiting blood [haemoptysis], swellings, tumour, stones, cold & shivering, languor, convulsions, pain passing urine, swelling of spermatic cord, back pain, nausea, swollen testicle, oedematous swellings, difficulty breathing, pain in face & eyes, itch and scabby eruption, ulceration, lassitude [fatigue], feverishness, fits, vertigo, yellow skin [jaundice].