A small team of researchers studied him for decades—one described H.M. as being "part of the family."
Henry Molaison, known to the world as H.M., has been called the most important patient in the history of brain science.
H.M. could learn and make associations, too, which baffled the scientists who studied him.
Here is the account of another service sent home by an engine-room artificer on one of H.M. battleships.
I am the second lieutenant on board H.M.'s gunboat, the John Bright.
It was certainly not due to H.M. alone—I was not one of his intimates, though he was at all times gracious to me.
“Clements Markham,” H.M. sledge, 217; starts for “Discovery,” 248.
(a) On a signal being made from one of H.M. ships or from a vessel under the command of an officer of the Royal Navy on full pay.
The whole report was favourable to the keels, and H.M. sloop 'Cynthia' was built.
The brass wire is cut into lengths called mitakos, this form of currency having been introduced by the late Sir H.M. Stanley.