Country Practice in Days Gone by (as recorded in contemporary diaries) Part III

William Brockbank
1962 Medical history  
Texts and Documents COUNTRY PRACTICE IN DAYS GONE BY (as recorded in contemporary diaries) PART III by WILLIAM BROCKBANK 4. THE FARINGTON DIARY* THIS famous diary written by an artist covers the period 1793-182i and fills several volumes. The writer, Joseph Farington, R.A., moved in high circles and met many famous men and women. Doctors and patients are hardly mentioned. There is an interesting account of the results of a duel. * Reprinted by kind permission of the Syndics of the Cambridge
more » ... ersity Press and the editors C. P. Fendall and E. A. Crutchley. t Reprinted by kind permission ofJohn Murray and the editors H. Coombs and A. N. Bax.
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