Autograph Letter Signed, to Buckston Browne, anxious that Browne should apply the “actual cautery” to the back of one of his patients. 1 page 7 x 4 inches, mounted at the corners only on part of an old album page, a few light stains. 38 Grosvenor Street, 24 September, no year given. Sir John Russell Reynolds (1828-1896), neurologist and surgeon. Reynolds devoted himself from an early period to the study of nervous diseases, and in 1854 published an Essay on Vertigo; in 1855 Diagnosis of Diseases of the Brain, Spinal Cord, and Nerves, as well as Tables for the Diagnosis of Diseases of the Brain; in 1861 a treatise on epilepsy; in 1871 Lectures on the Clinical Uses of Electricity; in 1872 The Scientific Value of the Legal Tests of Insanity.