Lives of the fellows

Richard Temple

b.1759 d.14 May 1826
MD Leyden(1791) LRCP(1792)

Richard Temple, M.D., was born at Malton, in Yorkshire, and received his medical education at Edinburgh and Leyden. He proceeded doctor of medicine in the last-named university 8th October, 1791, being then thirty-two years of age (D.M.I. de Synocha), and was admitted a Licentiate of the College of Physicians 25th June, 1792. Settling in London, he was in 1802, elected physician to the Marylebone dispensary. Dr. Temple died 14th May, 1826. He was the author of—
The Practice of Physic; wherein is attempted a concise Exposition of the Characters, Causes, Symptoms of Diseases, and Method of Cure. 8vo. Lond. 1792.

William Munk

(Volume II, page 421)

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