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


People [PERS ID:4351]

First NameThomas
Middle Name/Initial(s)
Last NamePercy
Maiden Name
AKABishop of Dromore
OccupationBishop of Dromore, writer.
Medical Professional?Unknown


Birth (year) 1729
Date of death (year) 1811


At present no additional information available.

Cases that this person appears in:

CountCase IDCase Name
1Case 1245Case of Miss Brown who has a very serious dry cough and other pulmonary symptoms which prove fatal.
2Case 1409Case of Captain Holmes who becomes increasingly weak, emaciated, swollen and eventually dies. Cullen had considered it an incurable case of hypochondriasis and hereditary weak nerves.
3Case 1591Case of Dr Percy, Bishop of Dromore, who experiences a strange sensation in his head when he lies on one side which can lead to a complete 'loss of his faculties'.
4Case 1592Case of Barbara Percy, daughter of Dr Percy, whose pain in her side is diagnosed as a nervous, hysteric condition.
5Case 1623Case of Mrs Langton, a patient of Dr Heysham's who is 'strongly threatened with a Phthisis'.
6Case 1830Case of Miss Johanna Gale which Cullen finds 'dark' but he thinks it may be attributable to a visceral obstruction.
7Case 2137Case of an unnamed patient with diabetes.