Lives of the fellows

John Scott

b.1783 d.30 July 1849
AB Oxon(1812) AM(1813) MB(1815) MD(1817) FRCP(1819)

John Scott, M.D., was born in London, and educated at Brasenose college, Oxford. He proceeded A.B. 16th May, 1812, A.M. 11th October, 1813, M.B. 4th February, 1815, M.D. 22nd October, 1817. He was admitted an Inceptor-Candidate of the College of Physicians, 25th June, 1816, a Candidate 30th September, 1818, and a Fellow 30th September, 1819. He was elected physician to St. Thomas’s hospital in 1817, and resigned that office in 1828. He died in Bedford-square, 30th July, 1849, aged sixty-six. Dr. Scott, though connected with a large hospital, was but little known as a physician, or in the profession. He was a good classical scholar, but he was more particularly eminent for his extensive knowledge of oriental languages.

William Munk

(Volume III, page 200)

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