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'the charges so malignantly brought'

ROGET, Peter Mark (1779-1869). Physician & Savant; published Roget's Thesaurus.
Autograph Letter Signed to Dr Sharpey (presumably the physiologist William Sharpey, 1802-1880), 3 pages 8vo, 18 Upper bedford Place, 4 May 1846. Advising Sharpey not to hasten into print in the 'Lancet' in the matter of a dispute.
'... If you intend to write any thing in the Lancet in reply to its attack on yourself, I would beg to suggest that it would be adviseable for you to wait until the next number, in which the correspondence with Dr Lee is promised to be given, comes out, as I have been informed it will contain other letters, besides those published in the Literary Gazette of last Saturday, which you have probably seen. By this delay, you will have an opportunity of answering, once for all, the whole of the charges so malignantly brought forwards ...'


£175 [No: 20994]
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