b.1709 d.13 October 1782
Edward Wallis, M.D., was admitted an Extra-Licentiate of the College of Physicians 14th July, 1773. He practised at York, where he was held in high estimation. He filled the office of sheriff of York in 1758, was elected an alderman of that city 29th August, 1770, and was lord mayor of York in 1771. He died in that city 13th October, 1782, aged seventy-three. He was the author of
" Remarks on Henry’s Magnesia." 8vo. 1777.
(Volume II, page 297)
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