Lives of the fellows

Leonard Stewart

d.26 Feb 1849

Leonard Stewart, M.D., was born in the Bermudas, and received his medical education at Edinburgh, where he took his degree of doctor of medicine 2nd August, 1819 (D.M.I. de Vi Consuetudinis in corpus humanum nunc causa Morborum nunc Salutis præsidio), and was admitted a Licentiate of the College of Physicians 28th March, 1825. He died 26th February, 1849, aged fifty-one.

Dr. Stewart was the author of—
Remarks on the Present State of the Medical Profession. 8vo. Lond. 1826.
On the Tendency to Disease of Body and Mind in Refined Life. 12mo. Lond.
Modern Medicine influenced by Morbid Anatomy: an Oration before the Medical Society of London; also an Apology for Medical Nomenclature. 8vo. Lond. 1830.
Public Health: an Oration at the London Medical Society. 8vo. Lond. 1844.

(Volume III, page 305)

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