Lives of the fellows

William Osborne

b.1736 d.15 August 1808
MD St And(1777) LRCP(1783)

William Osborne, M.D.—A native of London, and a doctor of medicine of St. Andrew’s of 10th October, 1777; was admitted by the College of Physicians a Licentiate in Midwifery 22nd December, 1783. He was physician to the General Lying-in hospital in Store-street, and for many years delivered lectures on midwifery in conjunction with Dr. Denman. He died at his residence, Old Park, near Dover, 15th August, 1808, aged seventy-two. His portrait by J. Hardy, was engraved by J. Jones. Dr. Osborne was the author of—
An Essay on Laborious Parturition, in which the Division of the Symphysis Pubis is considered. 8vo. Lond. 1783.
Essays on the Practice of Midwifery. 8vo. Lond. 1792.

William Munk

(Volume II, page 336)

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