Thomas Beddoes (1760-1808) crammed a great deal into his short
life. He taught chemistry at Oxford, wrote on the philosophy of
education and science, and practised medicine in Bristol where he
helped to establish the Infirmary. This biography, written by
another Bristol doctor of the time, contains information about
Beddoes's medical and scientific career - in particular his
dealings with Humphry Davy and Erasmus Darwin. Unpublished letters
and lectures are included as appendices.
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