Drafts and fair copies of writings and reviews, mainly on William Blake and medical subjects.
MS.Add.8828: An essay on William Blake, Illustrations of the book of Job, Sadler's Wells Ballet Books, No. 2, pp. 24-34; a description of copies of Blake's Jerusalem; and an article, 'The early recognition of malignant disease', in Sir Heneage Ogilvie, ed., The early recognition of disease (1949), pp. 97-102.
MS.Add.8829: An article, 'Jane Austen', in British book news, National Book League, 76 (1946), pp. 451-453; descriptions of William Blake's illuminated books, Songs of innocence and experience, Poetical sketches and Urizen; a copy of a letter to 'C.A. Tulk' on Blake's poems; notes on medical and surgical cases; an introduction to Thornton's Great medical book collectors; a copy of 'The history of blood transfusion', in Blood transfusion (1949), pp. 3-40; (running from the back of the notebook) medical notes; notes on Dunhill and on the thyroid; letters to 'Carus-Wilson' and to 'Spence' on the rebuilding of Bart's Hospital; comments on the formation of the Blake Trust; an essay on blood transfusion; a letter to the British Medical Journal on antithyroid drugs; notes on a Blake manuscript discovered in 1948 at Rothesay; notes on thyectomies (1948); the preface to Blake studies; and a letter to Lancet on the treatment of actinomycosis.