FAULKNER, A.Brooke. 3257



Autograph Letter Signed [to the editor of the Globe], hurrying off a proof of his poem for publication, having made some corrections. 1 page 9 x 7 inches, left margin slightly ragged where mounted. Cheltenham, 31 December 1828. Sir Arthur Brooke Faulkner M.D. (1779-1845), Irish physician to the forces, served on the staff in Spain, Holland, Sicily and Malta (where he introduced quarantine measures against the plague in 1813), and published works of continental travel. In 1810 he published a tract, ‘Considerations on the Expediency of Establishing an Hospital for Officers on Foreign Service’. In this letter he writes. ‘I have added a remark to be put in the poem & a foot-note relative to the Duke of Wellington’s letter, which I think you will admit the expediency of inserting.’