The FitzPatrick Lectures for 1904: Delivered in the Royal College of Physicians November 8th and 10th

J. F. Payne
1904 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
THE~~~~~~~p rebends tha-t he held successively. His contemporary, __~~~~~~~~M atthew, Paris., the* Monk of St. Albans, and well-known chronicler, who died only seven years after Richard, gives us 'yttilvarith Wtturrs fr 19 04 further particnlarg about him.-He statesi that Richard wras physician to Pope Gregory IX. (though when appointed he DELIVERED IN THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHIYSICIANS, does not say), and retained,his post till the death of the NOVEMBIER 8TH AND 10TH. Pontiff in 1241. The Pope
more » ... in 1241. The Pope was much attached to hi;s physician, and on his deathbed gave him -a much valued possession-Br JOSEPHFRAK PAYNE, M.D.,an -ivory crucifix containing precious. relics. This crucifix Fellow andjfHarveian Librarian. Richard bequeathed to the Church of St. Alban,~s o LECTURE II~~~~that Matthew Paris must have been well acquainted with RICA,RDUANGLICS -AND HE TEACIiNG OF the4circumstanes. Next, DiiBoulay or Buleius, the historian RICARDUS ANGICUS AND THETEACHING OF of the University of Paris, tells us that Richard of Wendover, ANATOMY iN TH MIDDLE AGES.Canon of St Paul's, London, the physician, made himsela [ABSTRACT.] great reputation among several of his countrymen who were WEm find occurring in the medical history of the thirteenth Professors at that time. Now -"1Professor " had not then 'century, and attached to a good many old manuscripts in our precisely the formal meaning it has now, but at all events it I = RICARDUS ANGLICUS. [Nov. ig, igo4.
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