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26. Hargrove, York, 2: 157. See also Tillott, VCH-Y, 445–46. 27. Churchwarden’s Accounts, All Saints North Street, 1818–45 (PR Y/ASN 12), BIHR, cited in S. Snow, JS-EMP, 48, 27. 36 Cholera, Chloroform, and the Science of Medicine 28. Hargrove, York, 2: 157; Lawson, Education In East Yorkshire, 12; and E. Benson, “Education in York,” 69, 93–95. There is a family story that William Snow worked in Dodsworth’s coal yard as a young man, and on this basis S. Snow thinks it possible that Snow attended a Dodsworth School, although she does not specify which one; see JS-EMP, 32.
Galbraith, WH, 161; memberships in Literature and Philosophical Society confirmed by Zuck. Thomas Wright was also a member of the Literary and Philosophical Society, so medical apprentices and assistants could join; Wright, Diary of a Doctor, 84–86. According to Kay Easson, librarian to the society, Snow does not appear among the new members added between 1827 and 1833; electronic communication to David Zuck, 20 May 2002. 58. Zuck, “Charles Empson”, and Galbraith, WH, 161. 59. ” George Stephenson had also served as the railway engineer during construction of the Stockton–Darlington Railway while his son and Empson were in South America.
44. Waddington, Medical Profession, 2; Loudon, GP, 13–28. Loudon also argues that surgeon–apothecaries normally served a wide range of social classes wherever physicians were not plentiful and therefore enjoyed greater incomes than pure apothecaries; GP, 114. See also York and Newcastle, 1813–1833 37 Bishop, “Evolution of the general practitioner,” in Underwood, Science and Medicine in History, 2: 350–54; Reader, Professional Men, 1–58; and Peterson, Medical Profession, 10–11, 60–61. ” 45. Loudon, GP, 189–94; Holloway, ApothAct, 221–23; in Apothecaries Co.