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" I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which Mr. McGrigor conducted the department under his directions, and I consider him one of the most able, industrious, and successful public servants I have ever met with. "
Supplementary Despatches and Memoranda of Field Marshal Arthur, Duke of ... - Page 537
by Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1863
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 9

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1859
...to medical officers, thus notices Dr. MacGrigor's services in an Order dated 26th July, 1814 : — "I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which Mr. MacGrigor conducted the department under his direction, and I consider him one of the most able,...
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Annual Register

History - 1859
...the end of the Peninsular war, dated 26th July, 1814, in which the Duke of Wellington states : — " I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which Mr. McGrigor conducted the department under open air at night, he was prepared for a his directions,...
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The Autobiography and Services of Sir James McGrigor, Bart: Late Director ...

Sir James McGrigor - Physicians - 1861 - 418 pages
...close of the Peninsular War, by the terms in which the Duke of Wellington wrote of Dr. McGrigor : " I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which he conducted the department under his direction, and I consider him one of the most industrious, able,...
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Peninsula and South of France, 1813-1814

Arthur Richard Wellesley Duke of Wellington - Generals - 1861
...received no report from Lieutenant-General Sir J. Hamilton, commanding the Portuguese division ; but I have every reason to be satisfied With the manner in which that division (composed of the brigades of Nov., 181 3. ATTACK ON POSITION OP AINHOU& 357 Major-General...
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Proceedings of the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London

Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London - Medicine - 1861
...of Sir James than by quoting the following words from the dispatches of the Duke of Wellington r " I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which Dr. Macgrigor conducted the department under his direction, and I consider him one of the most industrious,...
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Supplementary Despatches and Memoranda of Field Marshal Arthur, Duke of ...

Arthur Richard Wellesley Wellington (2d duke of) - Great Britain - 1863
...indebted to him for his advice and assistance after the command devolved on me. Colonel Sir P. Belsou succeeded to the command of my brigade, and I have...of artillery of the Diet (the British under Major Bogers, and the Hanoverian under Captain Bauer) were ably served and judiciously placed. I lost in...
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THE BRITISH JOURNAL OF HOMCEOPATHY

J.J DRYSDALE, M.D, R E. DUDGEON, M.D. - 1864
...result, if not from inanition, from atrophy of the * " The capsules were made made by Savory and Hoore, and I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which they accomplished the object in view." secreting structure of the liver through the pressure of the...
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Report on the audit of the Madras municipal fund. 1867.

Madras presidency, publ. dept - 1868
...as will be seen by his report, which to do Mr. Lee justice, I cannot do better than give verbation, and I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which he has conducted the very onerous and responsible duties of his Department. May 1868. •S U 8 I •a...
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The Roll of the Royal College of Physicians of London: 1801 to 1825

William Munk, Royal College of Physicians of London - Physicians - 1878
...Wellington in a despatch to the Ear] of Liverpool dated 8th April, 1812, wrote of Dr. McGrigor thus : — " I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which he conducted the department under his direction, and I consider him one of the most industrious, able,...
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The Roll of the Royal College of Physicians of London: 1801 to 1825

William Munk, Royal College of Physicians of London - Physicians - 1878
...Wellington in a despatch to the Earl of Liverpool dated 8th April, 1812, wrote of Dr. McGrigor thus : — " I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which he conducted the department under his direction, and I consider him one of the most industrious, able,...
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