Plaque

Medical Society and Lettsom

Inscription

Site of the Medical Society of London 1787 - 1850 gifted by a founder, John Coakley Lettsom MD FRS.
City of London

Site: Medical Society and Lettsom (1 memorial)

EC4, Bolt Court, 3

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Medical Society and Lettsom

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Medical Society of London

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Dr John Lettsom

Physician, philanthropist, abolitionist and entomologist. Born British Virgin...

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Medical Society and Lettsom

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Corporation of the City of London

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