Barclay was an extra-mural teacher of human and comparative anatomy in Edinburgh from 1797 - 1825 during which time he prepared a substantial museum collection. The author's principal object in preparing this book was to discuss some of the problems encountered by those who taught Anatomy during the last decade or so of the 18th but particularly during the first few decades of the 19th centuries in Edinburgh. Barclay was probably the most distinguished, respected and enthusiastic lecturer in this discipline in Edinburgh at that time. Published by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. 2007
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