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Biographical entry Sleeman, Philip Rowling ( - 1884?)

MRCS June 3rd 1839; FRCS July 25th 1854; LSA 1840.

General practitioner


Educated at St Bartholomew's Hospital. He was House Surgeon to the Westminster Lying-in Hospital in 1840, and then settled in general practice at Redcliff Hill, Bristol. He moved in time to 11 Redcliff Parade West, and then to 16 Buckingham Place, Clifton, and finally to Montrose House. He was Medical Referee to several Life Assurance Societies. He died in 1884 or 1885. His photograph is in the Fellows' Album.


"On the Efficacy of Oxgall" (through Dr Clay). - Med Times, 1845, xiii, 146, etc.
"On Dysmenorrhoea" (through Dr Rigby). - Ibid, 1851, NS iii, 431.

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