Bill from John Clark to Boston (Mass.), 1745 December 8
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- Clark, John , 1698-1768
- Center for the History of Medicine (Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine)
Contains a bill rendered to the town of Boston, Massachusetts, for medicines administered by Dr. John Clark (1698-1768) to five smallpox patients at the Rainsford Island Hospital in November 1745.
John Clark (1698-1768) was a physician and apothecary in Boston, Massachusetts. He was the son of Dr. John Clark (1667-1728), A.B., 1687, Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Clark family produced seven physicians, beginning with John Clark (1598-1664), who emigrated to America from England in circa 1635.