Lives of the fellows

James Clarke

b.? d.April 1818
MD Edin(1802) Ex LRCP(1807)

James Clarke, M.D., was a doctor of medicine of Edinburgh, of 24th June, 1802 (D.M.I. de Syncope Angente). He settled at Nottingham, and in 1804 was appointed physician to the General hospital in that town. He was admitted an Extra-Licentiate of the College of Physicians 10th April, 1807. Dr. Clarke contributed to the early volumes of the Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal a series of valuable Reports on the Weather and Diseases of Nottingham, which were continued to 1811, when his health gave way. He resigned his office at the hospital and removed to Sidmouth, co. Devon, where he practised for a few years and died in April, 1818.

William Munk

(Volume III, page 52)

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