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LIFE, LECTURES, AND WRITINGS
WILLIAM CULLEN, M. D.
PROFESSOR OF THE PRACTICE OF PHYSIC IN THE UNIVERSITY
JOHN THOMSON, M. D., F. R. S. L. & E.
PROFESSOR OF MEDICINE AND GENERAL PATHOLOGY IN THE UNIVERSITY
IN TWO VOLUMES.
DR JOHN THOMSON AND DR WILLIAM THOMSON,
AND CONCLUDED BY
WILLIAM BLACKWOOD AND SONS,
SIR BENJAMIN COLLINS BRODIE, BART., SURGEON TO THE QUEEN, PRESIDENT OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY, &C. &C.
GLASGOW COLLEGE, 1st August 1859.
MY DEAR SIR BENJAMIN BRODIE,
Ir gives me sincere pleasure to be permitted to dedicate to you the concluding volume of my father's Life of Cullen.
This I do, not merely as a mark of the respect which I, in common with all scientific men, bear towards you, but also because I know that the high estimation in which my father held your scientific and professional attainments and researches, and the value he attached to your personal friendship, would have rendered this dedication peculiarly agreeable to him.
Believe me to be,
MY DEAR SIR BENJAMIN,
Most respectfully and sincerely yours,