1683 ca1739, May 10
an English physician. After attending Shrewsbury School, he entered Emmanuel College, Cambridge in 1700, shortly afterwards migrating to Magdalene College as a pensioner on 27 March 1700. He proceeded M.B. in 1705 and M.D. in 1710. He was admitted a candidate of the Royal College of Physicians on 25 June 1725, and a fellow on 25 June 1726, having on 16 March previously been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. He rose to be physician-general to the army and physician in ordinary to the king from 1727 to 1739.
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