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by Samuel Garth,Jo A. Bradham

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Author: Samuel Garth,Jo A. Bradham
ISBN: 0820111457
Language: English
Pages: 120 pages
Category: Poetry
Publisher: Scholars Facsimilies & Reprint (March 1, 1975)
Rating: 4.8
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Well ahead of his times, poet and physician Samuel Garth advocated the introduction of free dispensaries for the treatment of the sick poor in large cities.

Well ahead of his times, poet and physician Samuel Garth advocated the introduction of free dispensaries for the treatment of the sick poor in large cities. His battle against the greedy apothecaries who opposed the proposal is satirically described in 'The Dispensary'.

by Garth, Samuel Sir. Published 1975 by Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints in Delmar, . Anecdotes, Humor, Medicine, Medicine in literature, Poetry, Royal College of Physicians of London, Poetry as Topic, Wit and Humor as Topic, Pharmacy.

In this he ridiculed the apothecaries and their allies among the physicians.

Samuel Garth by Godfrey Kneller. In this he ridiculed the apothecaries and their allies among the physicians. Long has he been of that amphibious fry, Bold to prescribe, and busy to apply; His shop the gazing vulgar's eyes employs, With foreign trinkets and domestic toys.

Sir John Colbatch (baptised 1666 – 1729) was an English apothecary and physician. Beginning as an apprentice, rising through freeman to master apothecary in the Worcester Mercer's Company, he went to London in the early 1690s

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Sir Samuel Garth FRS 1661 18 January 1719 was an English physician and poet Life Works References Garth was born . and became a member of the College of Physicians in 1691. He settled as a physician in London and soon acquired a large practice

Sir Samuel Garth FRS 1661 18 January 1719 was an English physician and poet Life Works References Garth was born in Bolam in County Durham and matriculat. He settled as a physician in London and soon acquired a large practice. He was a zealous Whig, the friend of Addison and, though of different political views, of Pope. He ended his career as physician to George I, who knighted him in 1714.

The extent of inadequate rest has prompted fears that many people are too tired to do their jobs properly, with some . The best guarantee of good quality shut-eye is to work five days a week and sleep seven to eight hours a night.

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