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Articles by Dr E. Jeffrey

Articles on a variety of subjects, medical, historical and biographical in typescript or manuscript, many under the pen name "Exul" for publication in The Bulletin including:

An eye for an eye (13 pp, 2 copies)
• Some aspects of heredity (8 pp)
• The mental hygiene movement, parts 1 & 2 (10 pp)
• Reign of terror at Swansea October 13 1922 (4 pp)
• The commercial awakening in Tasmania (6 pp)
• [Jokes] (2 pp)
• Insulin (3pp 2 copies)
• Recollections of a medical student (3 pp 2 copies)
• Reply to "The Deacon" on birth control; further notes on birth control
• Dermotobia (3 pp 2 copies)
• An exploded superstition (10 pp)
• The Yarra mystery, Melbourne 8 March (5 pp)
• [X-Ray] 18 September 1922
• [Anecdotes] 18 September 1922
• A journey into the fourth dimension (9 pp 2 copies)
• The treatment of criminals (5 pp) and further notes
• [Anecdotes] 24 August, 3 & 13 September 1922
• A bush tragedy (2 pp)
• Autobiography of a rheumatic (5 pp)
• Coal mine explosions (4 pp)
• Incomplete account of Royal Society of Tasmania's trip to mark the site of Tasman's landing (2 pp)
• Campaign against consumption (5 pp)
• Mediums and trances; on back: ms. The wages of virtue (5 pp)
• How I came to take up writing by Exul (5 pp)
• The Tasmanian Aborigines
• Incomplete and miscellaneous loose pages

Eric Jeffrey

Eric Jeffrey Collection

  • Collection
  • 1905-1934

This collection includes typescripts and manuscripts of articles by Dr. Jeffrey on a variety of subjects, medical, historical and biographical. Many were written under the pen name "Exul" for publication in The Bulletin.

Eric Jeffrey


Undated poems and notebook of verse with some press cuttings.

Eric Jeffrey


Notebooks containing vocabularies and notes relating to Aristophanes' "Knights", Theocritus' "Idylls", Vergil's Aeneid, Xenophon and Dumas' "La Tulipe Noir" made while Eric Jackson was a matric student at Leslie House School, 1905, and while a classics student at the University of Tasmania under W.H. Williams and R.L. Dunbabin. Jackson graduated BA. in 1910 and MA in 1912.

Eric Jeffrey