Lives of the fellows

John Elliott

b.? d.?
MD Cantab(1681) MD Oxon(1683) FRCP(1687)

John Elliott, MD - A doctor of medicine of Cambridge (of royal mandate) of 1681; incorporated on that degree at Oxford, 11th July, 1683; was created a Fellow of the College of Physicians by the charter of king James II, and was admitted as such 25th June, 1687. At the general election of officers for that year he was appointed Censor. Dr Elliott was one of two (Dr Gray, before mentioned, being the other), who, on the 1st July, 1689, were returned to the House of Lords by the College as "criminals or reputed criminals."

William Munk

(Volume I, page 474)

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