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|Statement||by Thomas Joseph Pettigrew|
|Contributions||Pettigrew, Thomas Joseph, 1791-1865|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvi, 466 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||466|
Humphry Marshall. Humphry Marshall was born in West Bradford, Pennsylvania, in , the eighth child of Abraham and Mary Hunt Marshall. His parents, Quaker immigrants from Derbyshire, England, provided him with only a rudimentary English education, which ceased altogether at when he was apprenticed to a stonemason. In he came to London, lodged with John Hunter while attending the anatomical lectures of Dr. William Hunter [q. v.], and studied at St. Thomas's and Guy's hospitals. When John Hunter went abroad with the army in he left Hewson to instruct the other pupils in the dissecting-room.
John Fothergill FRS (8 March – 26 December ) was an English physician, plant collector, philanthropist and medical writings were influential, and he built up a sizeable botanic garden in what is now West Ham Park in London. Pettigrew TJ, Lettsom JC, Skelton W et al. Memoirs of the life and writings of the late John Coakley Lettsom: with a selection of his correspondence. London: Nichols Son & Bentley; Diseases.
John Coakley Lettsom (), physician, philanthropist, abolitionist, founder in of the Medical Society of London, friend of Benjamin Franklin [his son John Miers Lettsom, M.D. ()]. Publisher Information: London: J. Phillips for E. & C. Dilly, Lettsom, John Coakley History of the origin of medicine: An oration, delivered at the anniversary meeting of the Medical Society of London, Janu 4to. viii, pp. Hand-colored frontispiece plate, black and white version of the same plate bound between pp.
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[Thomas Joseph Pettigrew; John Coakley Lettsom; William Skelton; William Pickett; William Sharp; Joseph M Toner; Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress); Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)].
Selections from the medical papers and correspondence of the late John Coakley Lettsom. By John Coakley Lettsom and Thomas Joseph Pettigrew. Abstract. Mode. On Monday he examined every patient in the Infirmary, attended * LetterSeptember 3rd,in ' Selections from the Medical Papers and Correspondence of the late John Coakley Lettsom.' By Thomas John Pettigrew, London, Memoirs of the life and writings of the late John Coakley Lettsom, M.D.
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The Medical Society of London was founded in by the Quaker physician and philanthropist, Dr John Coakley Lettsom, who was convinced that a combined membership of physicians, surgeons, and apothecaries would prove productive.
His revolutionary idea met with success and the Society has provided a forum for all branches of the medical profession for the last years.
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John Coakley Lettsom (–) One of the guests at the dinner was John Coakley Lettsom, a physician and philanthropist and a friend of Boswell for 30years. Lettsom was born in at Little Vandyke, one of the Virgin Islands in the West Indies, the son of Edward Lettsom, plantation owner, and his wife, Mary née Coakley.
Mary Coakley. whom this paper deals - John Coakley Lettsom. Lettsom first set foot in London in the summer ofa tall, thin Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Late John C oakley Lettsom, With a Selection from his Correspondence, London,II, generalizations possible to the medical student of the eighteenth century.
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Author Lettsom, John Coakley, John Coakley Lettsom was born in in Tortola, Virgin Islands. A Quaker concerned with anti-slavery, he manumitted the slaves from his two inherited plantations there; angering his plantation onwers neighbours then gaining their respect by setting up the first medical practice in the islands (with some of his former slaves trained as medical.
5 Rush to Lettsom, Philadelphia, April 8,T. Pettigrew, Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the late John Coakley Lettsom (2v., London, ) II, 6 Correspondence between William Penn and James Logan (Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Memoirs, X, ) II, Now, in the late 20th century, the historic collections of the library are maintained separately from a contemporary library used by current medical staff, nurses and residents.
Pennsylvania Hospital's library had its early beginnings through two friends of Benjamin Franklin: Dr. John Fothergill and Dr. John Coakley Lettsom.
John Coakley Lettsom, Medical Memoirs of the General Dispensary in London, for Part of the Years and (London, ), ; italics are Lettsom's. sent me to the rare book room of the.
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with a Selection from His Correspondence.John Coakley Lettsom (–) was a Quaker philanthropist, botanist, natural historian and doctor, author of Hints designed to promote Beneficence, Temperence & Medical Science which we have in the library.
He was another of those 18th century men who makes one feel inadequate, so wide were his interests and works. He was the founder of the oldest medical society in the United Kingdom.Thomas Joseph Pettigrew FRS (28 October – 23 November ), sometimes known as "Mummy" Pettigrew, was a surgeon and antiquarian who became an expert on Ancient Egyptian became well known in London social circles for his private parties in which he unrolled and autopsied mummies for the entertainment of his guests.