Resident apothecaries in Georgian Bristol

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Michael Whitfield
978 1 911592 31 0
For the first 120 years of Bristol’s hospitals, an Apothecary was their only full-time medical practitioner. Although Apothecary rated low in the medical hierarchy, many went on to become MD or to run very lucrative private practices. This is about the work they did, and the men who did it.

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Supplied by: Avon Local History & Archaeology

Format: Book

Product Ref: ALH-31