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UNIDENTIFIED CORRESPONDENT

30 Old Burlington Street
5 Nov. 1858
Tribute to the English Soldier; 'The English soldier is worth suffering a good deal for - poor fellow'; the Army Doctors have been given the greatest lift a Scientific profession has ever had by the Army Medical Warrant of 1 Oct. 1858]; regrets there is little likelihood of meeting again this side of the grave; it is 15 months since she left her rooms except to go to Malvern, but she has never had less than 10-16 hours work daily; in P.S. 'With regard to the Crimean rewards, I believe it was only necessary for a man to haze a cloud upon him, and he might be made a K.C.B. Any share in bringing about the catastrophe, however serious such a share might be, was a qualification for a reward or an honour. But surely that is natwhat we covet.'
6p WINIFRED A. MYERS LTD.,
80 New Bond Street
1. Published in full in the Lancet, 1858, ii, 432. See Appendix V.

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