William Macewen

Sir William Macewen, (; 22 June 1848 – 22 March 1924) was a Scottish surgeon. He was a pioneer in modern brain surgery, considered the ''father of neurosurgery'' and contributed to the development of bone graft surgery, the surgical treatment of hernia and of pneumonectomy (removal of the lungs). Provided by Wikipedia

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by McEwen, William
Published 1763
printed by John Gray and Gavin Alston. Sold at their printing-house in Jackson's Close

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by McEwen, William
Published 1798
printed by T. Ross and Sons, for J. Fairbairn, R. Ross, and J. Ogle

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by McEwen, William
Published 1796
Printed by Manning & Loring, for Thomas, Andrews and Penniman, booksellers, State-Street, corner of Middle-Alley, Albany

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by McEwen, William
Published 1795
Printed by J. Ruthven and Sons, Merchant Court, Cowgate

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by McEwen, William
Published 1759
Printed by J. Chalmers. Sold by John Scroggs, at his shop in the Broadgate; and at the Printing-Office

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by McEwen, William
Published 1786
printed for J. Scollick, in the City-Road, and R. Spence, in York

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by McEwen, William
Published 1781
printed by Gavin Alston. For W. Coke, Bookseller, Leith