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Sir JAMES CLARK, Bart., M.D., F.R.S.,
PHYSICIAN IN ORDINARY TO THE QUERN AMI TO HIS ROYAL 1I1GIINKSM THE PRINCK CONSORT.
My Dear Sir James,
Had I sought for a reason to dedicate this work to you, I might have found it at once in the consideration of your public reputation, or of your known opinions on the importance of teaching Medical Chemistry. But I prefer taking another ground, and asking you to accept this Dedication as a slight acknowledgment of my personal obligation to you for acts of friendship and kindness which it will be impossible for me ever to forget.
My dear Sir James,
E. A. PARKES.