Thomas Fuller (writer)

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Thomas Fuller, M.D. (24 June 1654 – 17 September 1734) was a British physician, preacher and intellectual.

Fuller was born in Rosehill, Sussex, and educated at Queens' College, Cambridge.[1] He practised medicine at Sevenoaks.[1] In 1723 he published Pharmacopoeia Domestica, and in 1730 Exanthematologia, Or, An Attempt to Give a Rational Account of Eruptive Fevers, Especially of the Measles and Small Pox. In 1732 he published a compilation of proverbs titled Gnomologia: Adagies and Proverbs; wise sentences and witty saying, ancient and modern, foreign and British (321 pp., London: Barker and Bettesworth Hitch) which includes the words, "Be you never so high, the law is above you".[2]

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  1. ^ a b "Fuller, Thomas (FLR671T)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
  2. ^ Sentence No. 943.

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