Collection contains letter to Sir Robert Smyth. Moseley bemoans the state of education and the attitudes of students, masters,
and clergy in colleges and universities of England. Benjamin Moseley studied in London, Paris, and Leyden; practised in the
West Indies; returned to England in 1784; M.D., St. Andrews, 1784; visited continental hospitals; L.R.C.P., 1787; physician
to the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, 1788; wrote chiefly on tropical diseases. Stipple engraved portrait (Paye, pinx.; Marie A.
Bourlier, sculp.) of Moseley accompanies the letter.