George Bate

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George Bate (1608–1668)[1] was an English court physician.

Bate graduated with an M.D. from St Edmund Hall, Oxford in 1637. Three years later he treated Charles I in Oxford. He was physician to Oliver Cromwell and his family, physician to Charles II, and a Fellow of the Royal Society. He published several medical and political articles and books including two volumes of Elenchus Motuum Nuperorum in Anglia.[2][3]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Also George Bates (Bruce-Chwatt (1983)).
  2. ^ Lee, p. 71;  Stephen, Leslie, ed. (1885). "Bate, George". Dictionary of National Biography 3. London: Smith, Elder & Co. 
  3. ^ Bruce-Chwatt (1983)

Works[edit]

  • Pharmacopoeia Bateana: Or Bate's Dispensatory . Smith & Walford, London Translated from the second Edition of the Latin Copy, published by Mr. James Shipton / By William Salmon 1694 Digital edition by the University and State Library Düsseldorf
  • Pharmacopoeia Bateana, seu Pharmaca e Praxi Georgii Batei, Regis Angliae Medici primarii, excerpta : cum Viribus & Dosibus annexis ; Nec non Arcana Goddardiana; & Orthotonia Medicorum Observata ; Jacobi Le Mortii Chymia vindicata, & comparata, Philosophia medica, atque Theoria Hominis, & Morborum. J. G. Hertz, Venetiis 1703 Digital edition / 1731 Digital edition by the University and State Library Düsseldorf

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