William Cheselden, The Anatomy of the Human Body.
William Cheselden's Anatomy text has the inscription 'Alexr Monro Nicholson Street' on the flyleaf. This was Secundus, who lived at Nicholson Street from 1766 to 1801. Primus also benefited from the expertise of Cheselden (1688-1752), but did so 'in the flesh' by attending his anatomical demonstrations while he was a student in London in 1717. Cheselden was influential in establishing surgery as a scientific medical profession.
William Cheselden, The Anatomy of the Human Body. Fifth edition. London: Printed by William Bowyer, 1740.