626 THE ROLL of the ROYAL COLLEGE of PHYSICIANS of LONDON, Originally edited by William MUNK and known as “Munk’s Roll” Published by Royal College of Physicians London in 8 volumes (up to 1988); Volume 1 covering 1518 - 1700; Volume 2 1701 - 1800, etc. The first seven with the bookplates of Lieutenant-General Sir Robert Drew. (8) $200–250 ❖ 627 ROCQUE, John: “An Exact Survey of the City’s of London Westminster Ye Borough of Southwark and the Country Near 10 Miles Round London . Together with an Alphabetical Index of the Streets Squares Lanes Alleys Contained in the Plan of the Cities of London” and “An Alphabetical Index of the Streets, Squares, Lanes, Alleys, &c. contained in the Plan.....With the contiguous Buildings.....From an actual Survey made by John Rocque” originally published in 1747 . Facsimile published by Harry Margary, 1971. Two volumes: 56.5 x 42.5cm & 29 x 22.5cm. (2) $200–300 ❖ 628 Antique reference books including “The New Chaffers Marks and Monograms on Pottery and Porcelain” [Lond.1954], “English Chairs” by Ralph Edwards [Lond. 1951” , and “The Penrose Annual 1950” , etc. (11) $150–200 ❖ 629 FREEMASONRY: A collection including “A Short History of the Castle Lodge of Harmony No.26....Constituted 22nd January 1724-5 [London; George W. Jones, 1925] and nine others. (10) $100–150 ❖ 630 A Wilkinson military parade sword with King George V cypher with scabbard and leather cover, early 20th century, 100cm long $800–1,200 631 WW1 Period officer’s tunic and waistcoat, $400–600 632 LT.-GENERAL SIR ROBERT DREW’S personal notebooks, published papers, etc., including his early student lecture notebooks, the earliest dated 1925, another dated 1928 and three dated 1937; a loosely bound volume of his published papers titled “Collected Papers of Sir Robert Drew” covering the period 1929 - 1969; several loose published papers; Drew’s Haemacytometer in original box; a collection of approx. 80 (of 100) specimen slides in their fitted case; another group of approx. 30 slides in a wooden case; a charming large format sepia-toned photograph of the helmeted four-year-old future Army doctor, calling his puppy to attention and standing with his toy rifle over his shoulder. $250–500 ❖ 633 “Visit of Lieutenant General Sir Robert Drew and Lady Drew to Brooke Army Medical Center [Texas], April 12-17 , 1968” privately prepared presentation album with a letter from Major General Milburn and over 40 large-format photographs recording the visit. $100–200 ❖ 634 INDIA: A small group of books in mixed condition. (8). $100–150 ❖ 635 MEDICINE & MILITARY HISTORY: A small group of books in mixed condition, (10). $100–150 ❖ 636 MEDICINE: A collection of (18) books plus a quantity of “Transactions of the Medical Society of London” . $100–150 ❖ 637 A GENERAL LIBRARY, noting books on English and Australian history, wine, travel, etc. (Qty.) $100–200 ❖ 631 630 86