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


People [PERS ID:845]

First NameLucas
Middle Name/Initial(s)
Last NamePepys
Maiden Name
AKABaron, Sir Lucas Pepys.
OccupationPhysician at Brighton
Medical Professional?Medical Professional


Birth (year) 1742
Date of death (year) 1830


Highly eminent Physician (Army, Royal Physician etc) who attended Cullen's lectures in 1765.

Cases that this person appears in:

CountCase IDCase Name
1Case 56Case of Anthony Chamier, who suffers from a general 'languor' or weakness and which unfortunately proves fatal. After consulting Cullen in Edinburgh, Chamier travels south to London, via Buxton and Matlock, keeping Cullen informed of his failing condition along the way.
2Case 1473Case of Colonel George Clerk [Clark, Clarke, Clerke] who becomes excessively weak and feeble from chronic costiveness, breathlessness, and other chronic complaints. In New York he has a perpetual fever and stomach complaint and mentions consulting Cullen before but no firm evidence traced unless he is the same patient as Case 283 in 1768.
3Case 2029Case of Anne Dashwood, Countess of Galloway, who has had sixteen children, and who was often bilious when younger, but who now suffers from pimples, itchy skin, boils and varied pains in her side and her legs.
4Case 2126Case of Miss Kitty Cooke [Cook] whose present symptoms are attributed to a former shock to her delicate nervous system.
5Case 2449Case of an unnamed male patient in England under the immediate care of Sir Lucas Pepys, who is advised on regimen. Mention of deafness and costiveness.