Notes on medical and surgical cases treated by Dr William Hey, one of the founders of the Leeds General Infirmary, and others.
Notes on medical and surgical cases treated by Dr William Hey, etc.
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- Dates of Creation1776-1828
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- Physical Description3 vols Vol. 1, [i],272, pp., 1776-85, is inscribed "No.7" on the title-page. Vol. 2, [i],278 pp., 1776-81, is inscribed "No.8" on the title-page; cases are not in strict chronological order. Vol. 3, 142 pp., remainder (113 ff.) blank, 1780-1828, is bound in parchment inscribed "W Hey" on the outside cover; some cases are written in a different hand. The fly-leaf is inscribed "R:d Hey 1785" and "William Hey junr. 1795".
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William Hey, 1736-1819, FRS, was one of the founders of the Leeds General Infirmary where he served as a senior surgeon from 1773 to 1812
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