1802 HANDWRITTEN REPORT WHEREIN DR. VERDIER DESCRIBES HIS BATTLE TO RECEIVE PAYMENT FROM THE TREASURY OF THE TOWNS OF BUFFONS AND CODLEIN SINCE 178700TP77
On offer is an interesting 4 page 'precis' wherein Dr. Jean Verdier, the founder and director of a hospital and medical institution for educating future doctors, specializing in medicinal plants and the art of healing and rehabilitation complains that he is owed monies by the towns of Buffons and Codlein that made promises to him if he established the facilities on their lands.
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