- Fenton was a surgeon, who, after examination by the Censors, received a licence to administer medicines in surgical complaints.(1) I cannot recover the precise date of such licence, but it was apparently granted in the early part of 1626. At any rate, Mr Fenton was present at the College with the Licentiates, to hear the statutes read on the 22nd December, 1626, and he took the oath of allegiance to the king at the College on the 2nd November, 1627.
[(1) Vide infra, p. 183. Mauritius Aubert.]
(Volume I, page 188)
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