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An Act to amend the Act of the Second ami Third Years of William the Fourth, Chapter Seventy-live, for regulating Schools of Anatomy., [25th May, “ Whoroas it is expediont to amend tho act of the session of the second and third years of king William tho fourth, chapter seventy-five, ‘for Search the Wellcome Collection catalogue.
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