London's immigrant apothecaries, 1600-1800.

  title={London's immigrant apothecaries, 1600-1800.},
  author={Leslie G. Matthews},
  journal={Medical History},
  pages={262 - 274}
  • Leslie G. Matthews
  • Published in Medical history 1974
  • Medicine
  • Tim topics chosen by former Monckton Copeman lecturers on the relations between the City of London and Medicine have been wide and varied. The present subject is the apothecaries who came to this country and especially to London, many of them as refugees, during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and their place in pharmacy. Long before the massacre of St. Bartholomew in 1572, refugees from Europe had been coming to England. Many of these were recognized as denizens by Henry VIII, Edward… CONTINUE READING

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