Lives of the fellows

Charles Price

b.1776 d.8 September 1853
AB Oxon(1797) AM(1801) MB(1802) MD(1804) FRCP(1805)

Charles Price, M.D., was the eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Price, vicar of Merriott, near Crewkerne, in Somersetshire, and was educated at Ilminster and at Wadham college, Oxford, of which house he was a fellow. He proceeded A.B. 30th June, 1797, A.M. 9th July, 1801, M.B. 25th June, 1802, and M.D. 14th January, 1804. He was admitted a Candidate of the College of Physicians 1st October, 1804, and a Fellow 30th September, 1805: he was Censor in 1807, and he delivered the Harveian oration in 1820. Dr. Price was elected physician to the Middlesex hospital 19th February, 1807, and resigned that office 16th May, 1815, at about which time he removed to Brighton, where he practised with much reputation, and on the 23rd August, 1832, was appointed physician extraordinary to William IV. Dr. Price died at Brighton 8th September, 1853, aged seventy-seven.

William Munk

(Volume III, page 25)

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