b.1810 d.12 January 1885
MD Hon MA St And MRCS LSA FRCP(1859)
Daniel Noble, although born at Preston, received his medical training in London, at the Borough School and Guy’s. He began to practise in Manchester in 1834 and was placed in charge of medical arrangements in the city during the typhus epidemic of 1847. He acted as adviser on medical precautions against a threatened cholera outbreak in 1866. Noble was the author of Influence of Manufactures upon Health and Life (1843) and The Human Mind in its Relations with the Brain and Nervous System (1858).
G H Brown
(Volume IV, page 114)
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