[London]: The London Printing and Publishing Company, Limited, (c.1870).
Various artists including S. Austin, Clarkson Stan. 37 plates, with 3 prints laid in, and a portrait of Dr. Colin Rogers, with notation on verso " Superintending Surgeon Madras Med. Dept. who married my Aunt Mary Anne. J.T.C. Ross.". 1 vols. Oblong 8vo. Contemporary green morocco, 2 minor tears to the tail of the first leaf not affecting illustration, 1-1/2 inch tear to the tail of the second leaf affecting bottom center of image, some staining and soiling but overall very good Item #302484
A wonderful album containing images of India drawn during the first two decades of the British Raj, signed by "J.T.C. Ross as belonging to Aunt Jini (?)."
J.T.C. Ross (1823-1897) recieved his medical education at St. George's Hospital and was admitted as a member of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1845. He served as Surgeon Major with the British Bengal Army Medical Service and was eventually promoted to Deputy Surgeon General, and Surgeon-General. He was also the first editor of the Indian Medical Gazzette.
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