Alexander Monro (primus), The Anatomy of Human Bones and Nerves.
The sixth edition of Anatomy of Human Bones (1758) is also interleaved with notes in the hands of both Primus and Secundus. The annotations appear in a way that suggests it was passed from father to son for comment. The front of the book contains a list of 101 titles under the heading 'Books quoted in this Osteologic.' The Monro Collection of today contains only a handful of these titles, which implies, as Taylor has suggested, the entire Collection did not make the trip to New Zealand. Interestingly, there is also a list of fourteen titles at the back of the volume under the heading 'Books which the Author has not perused.'
Alexander Monro (primus), The Anatomy of Human Bones and Nerves. Sixth edition. Edinburgh: G. Hamilton and J. Balfour, 1758.