"L: "Original papers. Inhalation of ether in surgical operations.""
(9 January 1847): 49-51.
PDF courtesy of Elsevier, via the Health Sciences Library, Emory University.
Contents of the PDF:
[1. Letter from a Queen's Counsel concerning the attempt to patent ether inhalation, forwarded by Francis Boott.]
[2. A letter from J. Chitty Clendon, lecturer in dental surgery at the Westminster Hospital, including an illustration of an inhaler constructed for him by Mr. Clarke, "philosophical instrument maker, in the Strand."]
[3. Letter from Robert Collyer, M.D., asserting that he was the first, in 1843, to declare that "a congestive or unconscious state may be induced by the inhalation of narcotic or stimulating vapours."]