Letter from Harry Rainy, Glasgow to W. Mackenzie, London

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Rainy has informed Armour that the proposal for work was from Sir W. Adams. Armour had thought it might have been Wardrop. Armour wishes Mackenzie to let him know the terms which Sir W. Adams proposes. Mackenzie may inform Adams that “Armour is very different from an English booby that thinks himself qualified to practice medicine by an attendance of two or three winters on classes & hospitals. Armour possesses good abilities improved by a liberal education.”