Medical bill from John Kittredge to the Province of Massachusetts Bay, 1761 November 16

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Content Notes

Bill rendered to the Province of Massachusetts Bay by Dr. John Kittredge (1709-1776) of Andover, Massachusetts, on 16 November 1761, for medicine and medical services provided to soldiers during the French and Indian War. Kittredge's services included dressing wounds, setting dislocated joints, and administering medicines. He lists the names of the soldiers, includingn Kiah Bayley, who participated in the 1759 Louisburg campaign, Jacob Richardson, and Jacob Beard, as well as their regiments and commanding officers. The bill amounted to twelve pounds, three shillings, and six pence.

Biographical Notes

John Kittredge (1709-1776) was a physician active in Andover, Massachusetts, in the 1760s.