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The Royal Medical Society (RMS), established in 1734 and granted a Royal Charter in 1778 , is a professional society engaged in the advancement of medical knowledge and provision of assistance to medical students and professionals. It is based in Edinburgh, Scotland, and has members throughout the world.It is not to be confused with the younger Royal Society of Medicine of London.
Sale of library The RMS sold its extensive library, built up throughout the 18th and 19th centuries, at 3 sales at Sotheby's in London in 1969. Much of the collection was purchased by the University of Wisconsin-Madison.Ebling Library for the Health Sciences, University of Wisconsin-MadisonAbstract, National Center for Biotechnology Information
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