1801, Feb 281865, Mar 7
an English physician, phrenologist, mesmerist and homeopath. In later life he was active in politics and the railway boom. In Sheffield Holland was prominent in the Literary and Philosophical Society, Mechanics' Library, and Mechanics' Institution, and campaigned for the return of Liberal members during the first and second elections for Sheffield under the Reform Act of 1832. He was appointed one of the honorary physicians to the Sheffield General Infirmary. Holland was an enthusiastic student of the new science of mesmerism.
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