Lives of the fellows

Robert Graves

b.15 September 1763 d.9 September 1849
MD Edin(1788) Ex LRCP(1788) LRCP(1796)

Robert Graves, M.D., was born in Lincolnshire, 15th September, 1763, and received his medical education at Edinburgh, where he graduated doctor of medicine 24th June, 1788 (D.M.I. de Strabismo). He was admitted an Extra-Licentiate of the College of Physicians 5th August, 1788; and a Licentiate 30th September, 1796. Dr. Graves practised successively at Northampton, Sherborne, Dorchester, Weymouth, Worcester, and Reading; but ultimately settled at Bridport, where he died at an advanced age, 9th September, 1849. He was the author of—
An Experimental Inquiry into the Constituent Principles of the Sulphureous Water at Nottington, near Weymouth; and Observations relative to its application in the Cure of Diseases. 8vo. 1792.
Conspectus of the New London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Pharmacopœias. 12mo. Lond. 1796.

William Munk

(Volume II, page 460)

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