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Edward Berdoe (1836 – 1916) was a physician during the Crimean and American Civil Wars, educated in England and Scotland. He was also an authority on the poet Robert Browning, and has been credited with writing the novel St. Bernard’s. The romance of a medical student by Aesculapius Scalpel, which went into a second edition in 1888.
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- The Browning Cyclopaedia (1891).
- . Catalogue 187 of Jarndyce Antiquarian Booksellers, London. Accessed June 10, 2010.