Alexander Monro (primus), A Treatise on the Anatomical Encheireses or Manual Part of Anatomy.
This practical textbook was also written by Primus and was for the use of Donald, his second son, who graduated in Medicine in 1753. Scribal passages in the early parts of this book indicate that they were written by Donald, especially when comparing the manuscript Of Internal Diseases, a bound manuscript in the Collection attributed to him. This text assists the theory that Primus had Donald in mind as his successor. More importantly, this text is an invaluable practice manual of Primus' teaching methods. For example, Primus used only two cadavers during the anatomy course, and supplemented his teaching with animal specimens.
Alexander Monro (primus), A Treatise on the Anatomical Encheireses or Manual Part of Anatomy. Manuscript, 1747.