SARJEANT

[Sir Astley Cooper, eminent surgeon and anatomist.] Autograph Letter Signed ('Astley Cooper') to [William Binley] Dickenson, surgeon, enquiring if Macclesfield Infirmary has 'seen any remarkable cases of Depression of ye Skull'.

Author: 
Sir Astley Cooper [Sir Astley Paston Cooper] (1768-1841), eminent surgeon and anatomist, Sarjeant Surgeon to George IV [William Binley Dickinson (1789-1870) of Macclesfield, surgeon]
Publication details: 
39 Conduit Street, London. 15 August 1833.
£400.00

Regarding the recipient of this letter see Dorothy Bentley Smith, 'No Ordinary Surgeon: The Life and Times of William Binley Dickinson' (2017). 1p, 4to. On bifolium. In good condition, with minor loss to edge of second leaf through breaking of seal. Addressed on reverse of second leaf, with postmark, to '- Dickenson Esq | Surgeon | Macclesfield'. Cooper begins by thanking Dickenson for his 'very kind present of a Brace of Grouse received this morning – I beg yourself & Mrs Dickenson to believe that I feel grateful for your recollection of me'.

[Sir Astley Cooper, Sarjeant Surgeon to George IV.] Autograph Note Signed ('Astley Cooper') to the Prime Minister Earl of Liverpool, reporting [on King George IV's health] that there has been a 'smart attack of ye Gout'.

Author: 
Sir Astley Cooper [Sir Astley Paston Cooper] (1768-1841), eminent surgeon and anatomist, Sarjeant Surgeon to George IV [Lord Liverpool [Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool] (1770-1828)]
Publication details: 
No place. 'Sunday - | May 21st 1821 -'.
£400.00

1p, 4to. Bifolium. In fair condition, lightly aged, with small printed biographical slip laid down at top left of page. Addressed on reverse of second leaf, with broken seal in black wax, to 'The Rt Honble Earl of Liverpool'. Reads: 'My Lord - | A smart attack of ye Gout occurred yesterday as I had anticipated, but every thing appears to be going on well this morning | I have ye honour | to be | Your obliged & obedt | Servt | Astley Cooper'.

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