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ca. 1812
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ca. 1812
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Language
eng
Summary
Rush's lectures in the practice of medicine, ca. 1812, consisting of lecture notes taken by John Dove (1792-1876) of Richmond, Virginia, while a medical student at the University of Pennsylvania attending the classes of Dr. Benjamin Rush (1745-1813). Also includes two photographs of two unidentified individuals and a carriage
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John Dove was born 2 September 1792 in Richmond, Virginia. He received a medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania, then returned to Richmond where he became a practicing physician. Dove became a Freemason, joining St. John's Lodge 36 in December 1813. In 1818, he became Grand Secretery of the Grand Chapter, and in 1834 became Grand Secretery of the Grand Lodge, a position he held until his death in 1876. Dove also became Grand Recorder of the Grand Commandery of Virginia, serving from 1845 to 1876. Dove became a noted ritualist, historian, scholar, and administrator of masonry, compiling and editing several works, including PROCEEDINGS OF THE GRAND LODGE OF VIRGINIA 1777-1823 and the ROYAL ARCH TEXT BOOK. Dove married Ann Eliza Ege (1789-1865) 28 November 1814, and he died in Richmond 16 November 1876.
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Vi
Form designation
Rush's lectures on the practice of medicine
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  • The Library of Virginia
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1
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000500009
Type of unit
v. (84 leaves).

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