Lives of the fellows

David Davies

b.1760 d.5 February 1844
MD St And(1809) Ex LRCP(1816)

David Davies, M.D., was educated as a surgeon, in which capacity he practised for many years at Bristol, where he held for more than half a century the office of surgeon to St. Peter’s hospital. He was created doctor of medicine by the university of St. Andrew's 5th August, 1809, and was admitted an Extra-Licen-tiate of the College of Physicians 8th June, 1816. He died at Bristol 5th February, 1844, aged eighty-four.

He was the author of-
An Essay on Mercury, including Practical Remarks on the Safest and most Effectual Methods of administering it for the Cure of Liver Complaints, Dropsies, Syphilis, and other formidable diseases incident to the Human Frame. 8vo. Lond. 1820.

William Munk

(Volume III, page 151)

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