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TOGETHER WITH A
SKETCH OF THE NATURAL HISTORY,
OF THE IMMEDIATE NEIGHBOURHOOD.
EDWIN LANKESTER, M.D.; F.L.S.;
MEMBER OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, LONDON;
JOHN CHURCHILL, PRINCES STREET, SOHO.
EDWARD SCHOLFIELD, ESQ., M.D.
MY DEAR SIR,
Permit me to inscribe this little volume to you as a testimony of my sincere respect for your professional talents and moral excellence, and as an expression of my sense of the interest you have taken in its progress, as well as the kindness with which you have assisted me in collecting many of the materials necessary for its execution.
I could have wished that the work had been more worthy of your acceptance, but such as it is I trust you will receive it as the best tribute I could offer of my esteem for your character, and the value I attach to your friendship.
I remain, my dear Sir,
Your's very sincerely,
London, June, 1842.