Punch, 37 (1859), 41.
Medical Practitioners, Physiology, Heroism
Discusses, with some vexation, a report by a correspondent in The Times who claimed to have seen William Harvey's bones being rattled in their vault. Urges that the remains of the 'great discoverer of the circulation of the blood' be 'allowed to rest'.
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