See also:English physician, was
See also:born in
See also:Ireland, and after studying at
See also:Montpellier and
See also:Paris, graduated at Reims in 1691 . Having travelled through Italy with the two sons of the high chancellor of Poland, he was introduced at the
See also:court of Warsaw, and appointed physician to
See also:John Sobieski,
See also:king of Poland . In 1695 he went to England, where he lectured at
See also:London and Cambridge, and became a member of the Royal Society and of the
See also:College of Physicians . He was the author of a
See also:treatise entitled Evangelium Medici (1697), in which he endeavoured to explain the Christian miracles as due to natural causes, and of a
See also:History of Poland (1698) . He died in London in 1698 .
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