Medical bill from Jonathan Davies to the estate of Joseph Curtis, 1793 November 26

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About this Item

Creator
Davies, Jonathan , d. 1801
Type
Invoices.
Language
English
Origin
Massachusetts
Description
1 manuscript.
Date
1793
Repository
Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
Identifier
colonialnorthamerica.library.harvard.edu/990145801890203941

Content Notes

Receipted medical bill, dated 26 November 1793, to the estate of Joseph Curtis for medicines and attendance by Dr. Jonathan Davies (died 1801) to the Curtis family from March 1764 to January 1792. The debt of 90 pounds, eight pence, was paid by Curtis's twenty-one-year-old son, Joseph.

Biographical Notes

Jonathan Davies (died 1801), A.B., 1738, Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, was a physician in Roxbury, Massachusetts. He began inoculating patients against smallpox in the late 18th century in partnership with fellow physician Lemuel Hayward (1749-1821), A.B., Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts.