John Coakley Lettsom 1744-1815

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The Natural History of the Tea-Tree: With Observations on the Medical Qualities of Tea, and Effects of Tea-Drinking: Lettsom, John Coakley: : BooksAuthor: John Coakley Lettsom.   Founded in by John Coakley Lettsom, the first building went up in to designs by the Reverend John Pridden. Lettsom was a Quaker physician who espoused the benefits of treating disease with sunshine, fresh air and sea bathing. John Coakley Lettsom (), with his family in the garden of his house in Grove Hill, Camberwell, Surrey.   This treatise on the tea bush and the consumption of tea was published in by John Coakley Lettsom (), a physician and philanthropist, whose Our Stores Are Open Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpAuthor: John Coakley Lettsom. John Coakley Lettsom (–) regarded his West Indies birthplace and the New England states as integral parts of the colonial Empire, and described himself as had numerous friends in the American medical profession and was generous to them with books, plants and financial support.

John Coakley Lettsom (–1 Nov ) was an English physician and philanthropist. He was born on Little Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands, into one of the early Quaker settlements in the territory, and he grew up to be an abolitionist. His surname is sometimes spelled Lettsome. Carver's Travels as printed was probably the work of Dr. John Coakley Lettsom. An article on Carver and his book may be found in America historical review, Jan. , v. 11, p. One of the most influential physicians in 18th century England was a Quaker, an abolitionist and a Virgin Islander. Born on a plantation on Little Jost Van Dyke, John Coakley Lettsom was the founder of the London Medical Society, the first professional physicians group of its kind, and a champion of medical treatment for the poor.

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Timeline; Significant Diseases Throughout History; Topics and Themes. Biography Dr. John Coakley Lettsom M.D. (–) was the son of Edward Lettsom, plantation owner, and his wife, Mary née Coakley. He was born in Little Jost Van Dyke Island, British Virgin Islands, Caribbean.

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John Coakley Lettsom papers Date,[], Creator Lettsom, John Coakley, Extent 6 items Repository David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library Language Materials in English. John Coakley Lettsome was born in in the British Virgin Islands. John and his brother were the only surviving pair of seven sets of twins born on Little Jost Van Dyke to Edward and Mary Lettsom (variant spelling was common).

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John Coakley Lettsom (–) seems to have been a nice sort of man. Born the son of a Quaker plantation owner in the Virgin Islands, he was sent to England at the age of six to be educated, and was eventually apprenticed to an apothecary in Settle, North Yorkshire, when an interest in botany was developed as he gathered medicinal plants on the moors.

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Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. John Coakley Lettsom and the foundation of the Medical society. Being the presidential address delivered before the Medical society of London on October 8th, John Coakley Lettsom. View larger image. Vol II Pg d.1 November MD Leyden() LRCP() FRS() FRCP Edin John Coakley Lettsom, M.D., was born in the small island of Little Vandyke, near Tortola, in December,and when only six years of age was sent to England for his education.

He left his MS, papers and books to his son John Miers Lettsom, and his residuary estate divided among his children and grandchildren. [In the event his son John Miers Lettsom () predeceased him; and John Coakley Lettsom had before his death in a period of straitened circumstances sold the house at Grove Hill which he had built in found: LCCN History of the origin of medicine, (hdg.: Lettsom, John Coakley, ; usage: John Coakley Lettsom).

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