Medical bill from William Thomas to Ebenezer Tincomb, 1759 April 22

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Content Notes

Bill rendered to soldier Ebenezer Tincomb by Dr. William Thomas (1718-1802) of Plymouth, Massachusetts, on 22 April 1759 for fourteen visits and medicines administered to Tincomb, who had smallpox, in November and December 1758.

Biographical Notes

William Thomas (1718-1802) was a physician active in Plymouth, Massachusetts, in the 1750s.