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Vivisection necessary to physiological discovery : in which is related researches on the localisation of the functions of the brain, verifying phrenology, and the result of the action of various chemical solvents on living animal tissues, embracing the results of more than a hundred unlicensed experiments on live animals in Bayswater : to which is added an account of the vain and futile attempts of the Right Honourable R.A. Cross, the Home Secretary, to discover our operations, the letters of Mr. George Busk, F.R.S., the Home Office Inspector of Vivisection, the Earl of Shaftesbury's comments on the case, the ridiculous conduct of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, in Jermyn Street; with a complete proof of the bona fide character of the authors, and a full vindication of the accuracy and credibility of C.O. Groom Napier, Esq., F.G.S., and of his statements in the New quarterly magazine, "Burlington House," and of various other witnesses / by Edward Ward, surgeon, United States, the Chief Operator, and author of "The mind, what is it?", "Have I a soul,", &c. ; assisted by Thomas Henry Browning (T.H.B.), medical student.

Author/Creator:
Ward, Edward, author.
Publication:
London : James Burns, 1879.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (18 pages).
Series:
Nineteenth Century Collections Online: Religion, Reform, and Society.
Nineteenth Century Collections Online: Religion, Reform, and Society
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Subjects:
Vivisection.
Notes:
"Seventy-first Thousand."
Two columns to the page.
Reproduction of the original from the World Microfilms.
Contributor:
Browning, Thomas Henry, contributor.
OCLC:
904791854