Lives of the fellows

William Fowle

b.1766 d.?
MD Leyden(1791) LRCP(1795)

William Fowle, M.D., was born in Berkshire, and on the 5th October, 1791, being then twenty-five years of age, was entered on the physic line at Leyden preparatory to graduating doctor of medicine there, which he did on the 26th of the same month (D.M.I. de Febre Erysipelatosa cum nonnullis indagationibus de ortu in-flammationis localis). He was admitted a Licentiate of the College of Physicians 25th June, 1795. Dr. Fowle was in the army, and saw considerable service in the West Indies. We owe to his pen—
Experiments with Mercury in the Small Pox, translated from the French of Yan Woensel. 8vo. 1793.
Treatise on the Different Fevers of the West Indies. 8vo. 1800.

William Munk

(Volume II, page 444)

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