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This meant that he had ble how far I am in Justice bound to render to you that quality 625 mg augmentin, authority to practice medicine anywhere in which is an account of the Talent, which you, Sir, have England except in the city of London or within 7 intrusted me with, and so far as I am capable, taught miles of it, with the further proviso that he could me to improve. The book was very well received both in In the following year, 1685, Havers, according to England and on the continent, and three editions the “Album Studiosorum,” was enrolled as a in Latin (Frankfurt 1692, Amsterdam 1731, and student at the University of Utrecht and presented Leyden 1734) are some evidence of the esteem a thesis entitled “De Respiratione,” which gained with which it was regarded. Lilly Butler, Minis- him the degree of Doctor of Medicine of that uni- ter of St. This work was dedicated to his father and work in the sermon that he delivered at the funeral to Richard Morton. Baglivi, Havers received the distinction of being elected a when he stood for Anatomy Professor in the Fellow of the Royal Society and he was admitted Sapienza at Rome, took his Lecture. Constituent Parts, and Internal Structure of the Hands being put in nomination for reading of the Bones”; October 30 and November 13, 1689, same. Havers was chosen for three years to “The second Discourse of Accretion and Nutri- read on the second Tuesday, Wednesday and tion”; January 29, 1689, “The third Discourse of Thursday in July next by three of the clock in the the Marrow”; November 20 and 27, 1689, “The afternoon and to have thirty shillings for his pains fourth Discourse of the Mucilaginous Glands”; and the remainder to be disposed of by the Com- August 13, 1690, “The fifth Discourse of the Car- mitte. John Gale, who left an annuity of book in 1691, under the title Osteologia nova, or £16 to the Company of Barbers and Surgeons for some Few Observations of the Bones, and the this purpose, and as the records do not show the Parts belonging to them, with the manner of their appointment of any previous lecturer, Dr. The records do Richard Morton, in which he makes the follow- not reveal how they disposed of the rest of the 131 Who’s Who in Orthopedics money. Tyson” (who from the register in Willingale Church, the writer had recently retired). Howell: “Clopton Havers, MD, was buried April This is entitled “A short Discourse concerning 29th, 1702, in what was made of sheep’s wool Concoction” and it appeared in the Philosophical only and affidavit thereof made and delivered the Transactions of the Royal Society in 1699 (vol. Possibly too much of his time accordance with a law passed in 1666 in the inter- was occupied in the exercise of his profession to ests of the wool trade, and the following is an permit any further great literary efforts after the extract from the Act: writing of his book in 1691, but certainly no facts are available to fill in the gap between this date For the encouragement of the woollen manufacture of and 1698. In 1702 was published a new edition of the kingdom, no person shall bee buried in anny shirt, Spaher and Remmelin’s, A Survey of the Micro- shrewd or sheet made of wool mingled with flax, hemp, cosme, or the Anatomy of the Bodies of Man and silk, hairs, gold or silver or any other than what shall Woman, edited and corrected by Havers. This be made of wool only or be putt into anny coffin lined must have been his last work, for in April 1702 or faced with anything made or mingled with flax, hemp etc. He was buried at Willingdale Doe in parish when such person shall be buried.