MD Aberd(1791) LRCP(1802)
Thomas Jameson, M.D., a native of Scotland, educated at Edinburgh, but a doctor of medicine of Aberdeen of 15th January, 1791, was admitted a Licentiate of the College of Physicians 12th April, 1802. He settled at Cheltenham, and practised there for many years with distinguished success.
He was the author of—
A Treatise on the Cheltenham Waters and Bilious Diseases. 8vo Lond. 1804.
Essay on the Changes of the Human Body at its different Ages the Diseases of each Period, and the Principles of Longevity. 8vo. Lond. 1811.
A Refutation of a Letter from Dr. Adam Neale to a Professor of Medicine of the University of Edinburgh, with a Statement of Ulterior Proceedings to quiet the minds of the Public respecting Cheltenham Waters. 8vo. Cheltenham. 1820.
(Volume III, page 4)
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