Lives of the fellows

Richard Patrick Satterley

b.? d.1815
MB Cantab(1799) MD(1803) FRCP(1806)

Richard Patrick Satterley, M.D., was born at Hastings, and was the son of a respectable medical practitioner in that town. After a good classical education at home, he was entered at Caius college, Cambridge, and proceeded M.B. 1799; M.D. 1803. He was admitted a Candidate of the College of Physicians 8th April, 1805, a Fellow 31st March, 1806, and was Censor in 1820. Dr. Satterley was physician to the Middlesex and to the Foundling hospitals; to the former he was elected in December, 1806, and to the latter in 1820. He retained these appointments until his death, which occurred in the summer of 1815, at Tunbridge Wells, where he was in the habit of residing during the season.

William Munk

(Volume III, page 30)

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