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Prescription to Hay Doyle (2 march 1904)

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This prescription was written by Arthur Conan Doyle on 2 march 1904 from Sheringham, Norfolk to his brother John Francis Innes Hay Doyle.

This was 13 years after he had given up his medical career.


Prescription

Captain Hay Doyle R.A.

Rq

Alun 3 p. ag ad 3 VIII

Sig

The Gargle

To be made 3 times a day.

Arthur Conan Doyle M.D.








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