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


People [PERS ID:790]

First NameGeorge
Middle Name/Initial(s)
Last NameMackenzie
Maiden Name
OccupationEstate Owner and Agricultural Improver
Medical Professional?Non Medical Professional


Birth (year)
Date of death (year) 1781


Secretary of the Dumfries Agricultural Society Writes from Arbigland, nr Dumfries in 1780 where he is staying with William Craik.

Cases that this person appears in:

CountCase IDCase Name
1Case 9Case of Dr Thomas Mutter who has suffered 'a palsy' (stroke).
2Case 517Case of Mr Hugh Lawson who has developed pains in his joints, possibly gout or nephritic. His condition baffles local physician Dr John Gilchrist to whom he is related, but eventually proves to be a fatal case of kidney stone.
3Case 811Case of Mrs Gordon who has a serious 'visceral obstruction' which Cullen thinks may be a tumour, ovarian in origin.
4Case 1031Case of Miss Balmain who has long been delicate and is advised to travel to Galloway via Moffat (see earlier consultation as Case 802).
5Case 1107Case of Mr William McDowal [McDowall, McDouall], who has a chest complaint and spits blood.
6Case 1279Case of Mr George Mackenzie staying near Dumfries, who has a cough and spits blood. He travels abroad where he dies.
7Case 2059Case of Mr Mackenzie whose complaints may be venereal in origin.
8Case 2506Case of an unnamed female, "Miss ---- Junr. (Junior)". Cullen thinks her case phthisical.