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Mead, Richard

Born: 1673 AD
Died: 1754 AD
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1673 – Born in Stepney, London on the 11th of August.

1695 – He graduated in philosophy and physic at Padua.

1696 – He returned to London, entering at once on a successful practice.

1702 – His Mechanical Account of Poisons appeared.

1703 – He was admitted to the Royal Society, to whose Transactions he contributed in that year a paper on the parasitic nature of scabies.

1714 – Mead became the recognized head of his profession, he attended Queen Anne on her deathbed,

1727 – He was appointed physician to George II, having previously served him in that capacity when he was prince of Wales.

1745 – Died in London on the 16th of February.


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