The Consultation Letters of Dr William Cullen (1710-1790) at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh


People [PERS ID:403]

First NamePatrick
Middle Name/Initial(s)
Last NameScott
Maiden Name
Medical Professional?Medical Professional


Birth (year) 1740
Date of death (year) 1803


Physician to the Governor of Man's household 1772-1803. One of two physicians that practised on the Isle of Man, the other being Mr la Mothe in Castletown.

Cases that this person appears in:

CountCase IDCase Name
1Case 451Case of Mr Mylred, a judge on the Isle of Man who has become partially paralysed and largely lost his faculties, which might stem from an untreated venereal confection. His friends are considering placing him in a private mad-house.
2Case 879Case of Anna ( "Annie") Betham who has a very unusual, painful condition located in the side of her torso which has apparently collapsed inwards and is accompanied by emaciation and other symptoms, which baffles Cullen as to its cause.
3Case 1596Case of the Bishop of Man who is being treated for passing mucus.
4Case 1705Case of Mrs Ratcliffe [Radcliff], disposed to pthisis having been weakened by from nursing her husband through a long illness.
5Case 1776Case of Mrs Heywood who has a long history of various 'nervous' complaints which Cullen attributes to a scorbutic habit and relaxed alimentary system.
6Case 1955Case of Sir George Moor who has an ear problem with giddiness.
7Case 2126Case of Miss Kitty Cooke [Cook] whose present symptoms are attributed to a former shock to her delicate nervous system.
8Case 2296Case of Mr Betham who has recently grown weak with age and dropsy.