Cambridge: University Press, 1936. hardcover. 4 illustrations with lettered tissue guards. xvi + 191pp., 8vo, red cloth. Cambridge: At The University Press, 1936. A very good (+) copy. very good(+).
John Mirfeld, a monkish physician who worked in the cloisters of St. Bartholomew in the second half of the 14th century, wrote a glossary and a breviary to the treatise of Bartholomaeus Anglicus. They were the first writings of a medical nature known to be associated with any English Hospital.