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Title: Crull, Jodocus
Contributor(s): Bedford, Ronald David (author)
Publication Date: 2004
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Abstract: Crull, Jodocus (d. 1713/14), writer and translator, was a native of Hamburg who studied medicine at Leiden (MD, 1679) and thereafter settled in England. He was admitted MD of Cambridge by incorporation on 7 August 1681 and licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians on 22 December 1692. Although elected a fellow of the Royal Society on23 and admitted on 30 November 1681, his name was omitted from the annual lists, presumably from inability to pay the fees. Amongthe Sloane Manuscripts (no. 4041, fol. 288) is a letter from Crull canvassing votes at the election of a navy physician, but he apparently had little success in his profession and turned to translating and compiling for the booksellers. He resided in both London and the country: he is identified on the Royal College of Physicians list as a 'country' member, and his publication Denmark Vindicated (1694) is 'sent from a gentleman in the country, to hisfriend in London'.
Publication Type: Entry In Reference Work
Source of Publication: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, v.14, p. 534-534
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Place of Publication: Oxford
ISBN: 0198613644
Field of Research (FOR): 210304 Biography
HERDC Category Description: N Entry In Reference Work
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