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He is also to keep an Account of the Receipts, and Issues of Medicines, and to be allowed such an encrease of pay on that account as the Governor and Council shall direct. Surgeon General James Anderson, and the two Surgeons next in seniority, Co Uey Lucas and Arthur Sinclair, to frame regulations for the Medical Department. The Board believe it will not be thought entitled to the consideration expected by M"^ Lucas who has since requested to be styled Surgeon General instead of Chief Surgeon. This Committee was superseded by the Medical Board, estab- lished under orders of Court from 14th April, 1786, when the Board was constituted ; composed of James Anderson, Phj^sician Engraved For The Bee. Lucas put in his claims in a long letter, which is entered in the Madras Mily. He states that he received a commission as Surgeon in the A. The Madras Council ordered that a copy of Lucas' letter should be sent to Anderson, and Anderson's reply is entered in the Mily. The gist of Anderson's letter is given in the two following paragraphs : — " In the year 1762, when the expedition against Manilla took place, the Deputy Governor and Council for that Station, finding the Service would be in distress by having only one Surgeon (M"^ Grey) for the expedi- tion did apply to me in person as well as through the medium of Captain Jackson of the ship Essex (of which ship I was then Surgeon and on which they sailed from Madras) to enter into the Service. James Whyte, Jnue Xe T' Colly Lyon Lucas, gth Jan., 1764. Anderson, Lucas, Sinclair, and Raine had all served in the A. He died in June, 1786, so apparently the Council were right. The Madras Board got back its third member earlier than did the Calcutta Board. Gahagan's appointment was followed by friction with the Madras Government. Letter from Fort St, George, dated 14th April, 1800, reports in paras. In the beginning of 1831 the three members who formed the Madras Board were Wil Ham Colquhoun-Stirling, Simon Heward, and Thomas Owen. were appointed in each of the other services, Madras and Bombay. warrant of ist Feb., 1859, being altered to Principal I. These were the ports from which they finally sailed, and reported their departure ; they a U originally started from the Thames, but usually left their moorings there many weeks before they fina Uy sailed from England.

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260 " Hospital Board has been formed, agreeable to Court's orders and consists of M"^ J. A few, after making one voyage as Surgeon, had to revert again to Mate. The mystery of his disappearance was not finally cleared up until 1812, when it was ascertained that, after a fight with the natives, he was drowned in the Niger, towards the end of 1805. Bengal Cons, of 15th Nov., 1762, report the examination of Assistant Surgeon Peter Smith for promotion by a Board consisting of Clement Crooke, James Lind, and Christopher King, Surgeon of the Hardwicke* He became F. Along with John Grant, his predecessor as Apothecary General, (no relation, though both bore the same surname), he started the Indian Annals of Medical Science in Oct., 1853, and continued to edit that journal up to Nov., i860. It is true that the Court of Directors in London often fulminated against their servants' private trade.

25 LSHTM 001 1 1702 I i A HISTORY OF THE INDIAN MEDICAL SERVICE 1600-1913 1 A HISTORY OF THE Indian Medical Service 1600—1913 BY LT.-COLONEL D. CRAWFORD Bengal Medical Service, Retired List "That ye may tell it to the generation folloiving'" Psalms xlviii., 13 Volume II LONDON W. The estabhshment of the Board was reported to Court in a Bengal Secret Letter dated 28th Aug., 1786, as follows :— * Para. Some became Surgeons after one voyage as Mate, others made several voyages in the inferior rank. e given by Hardy, the two volumes add abo^t Jo- more, S^u-geons from 1813 to 1833, and Mates from 180 1 to ^833^ The exact figures cannot be given, as it ^V^^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ the same name recurs after an interval of severa Y^a w^ete it is that of the same individual or not. Out of this number, 343 got appomtments in the land Service ; viz. He was born near Selkirk on loth Sept., 1771, educated at Edinburgh University, and took the diploma of L. on^he T "''''"T and was last he d lurther news of him was received. He left India on 22nd Feb., 1861, was appointed Honorary Smgeon to the Queen on 6th Sept., 1861, retired on 23rd Aug., 1863, and died in London on 3rd Jan., 1900. But, whatever the nature of his duties in India, civil, military, or medical, the man who made a fortune in the East did so, not out of his pay and allowances, but by trade and speculation. The Company's servants were paid such poor salaries that they were allowed, even expected, to add to their incomes by private trade.

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When any of the Medicines are Damaged a Surgeon and two Mates are to Survey them and report such as are unfit for Service to the Hospital Board who wi U condemn and dispose of them as they shall think proper. M"^ W'" Raine must be appointed in the room of M"^ W™ Duf&n, who is junior to him." In the original draft of this letter the Court state that Raine had been passed over because he had declined the charge of a General Hospital. Cons, of 4th July, 1790, and he took his seat at the Medical Board on 6th July. S.'s, was appointed Director General, Clapperton was left unemployed, and retired on 13th Feb., 1858. In 1810 two Indiamen called Warren Hastings, and two called Union, were in the service. 66 HISTORY OF THE INDIAN MEDICAL SERVICE then at war, both countries sent considerable fleets to India. ' Flint was cap'n, I was quartermaster, along of my timber leg. "13* That all Contracts for provisions must obtain the approbation of the Hospital Board, who are to take care that the Charges of Provisions daily consumed shall not exceed the usual prices of the Market where the Hospitals are stationed and if the pressing necessity of the sick should require such Re Uef from Diet as their pay is insufficient to furnish, the 6 HISTORY OF THE INDIAN MEDICAL SERVICE Chief Surgeon of the Hospitals for the time being is to report the same to the Hospital Board, who will thereupon give him a discretionary Order fx.r supplying their wants, of which supphes he is to make an accurate Keturn to the Hospital Board on the last day of every Month 14th That the Governor and Council shall direct the Medical stores to be placed under the care of an Apothecary who has been brought up in a Druggists shop, and that the Receipts and Expenditure of these Stores shall be accounted for according to the form in the Paper N° i hereunto Annexed, the Apothecary shall not however Issue any Medicines without an Order signed by the Hospital Board, and shall once in three Months give in a state of the Stores with the expenditures and Vouchers, as well as a hst of such Medicines as may be wanted for the Service of the next Quarter. Cons, of 13th May, 1788, and on 4th June, 1793, three months before his death, he was duly promoted to Head Surgeon after all. The Council rejected Raine, because he had refused the charge of a General Hospital, and promoted Dufhn, who stood next, Whyte and Turing having just retired. Letter from Court, dated 5th March, 1790, orders in para. I, 1743-92) — " Head Surgeon and Member Hospital Board. 5 that Duffin, not having returned to India in the previous year, must be considered to have left the Service, and orders the payment to him, through his attorneys at Madras, of a gratuity of 1000 pagodas. O.'s of 1794 give the duties of Members of the Medical Board and of Superintending Surgeons respectively. At the beginning of 1857 the Bengal Medical Board consisted of G. Spilsbury, Physician General ; Charles Renny, Surgeon General; and J. On the reorganisation, on 12th Nov., 1857, John Forsyth, who then stood second on the list of S. was filled by Edmund Tritton, who then stood ninth (Forsyth included) among the S. Tritton died on 15th June, 1858, and was succeeded by Campbell Mackinnon, who became S. During the century six different ships, one after another, bore the name of Britannia, there were five Houghtons, and four each named Essex, Kent, London, Nottingham, and True Briton. Helena ; The West Coast ; Prince of Wales Island ; China .... The Uncovenanted and Subordinate Medical Services . Remove, or dismiss them on such Complaints appearing to be just and well founded. (Signed) John Chamier, Secy." The Boards which were constituted under these orders, to govern the Medical Services of the three Presidencies, were originally called Hospital Boards. The other five paras, are the same as those quoted above, as paras. The same Minutes direct the appointment of James Ellis, who was at the time Surgeon General and head of the Service, as Physician General ; of Andrew Williams, who stood next to EUis in seniority, and who was the senior officer in mihtary employ, as Chief Surgeon ; and of John Fleming as Surgeon of the Hospital at headquarters. " Salaries in the Medical Department fixed as follows. One Osterley was taken by the French on 22nd Feb., 1779. The eldest was bom in 1716, served for many years in the Royal Navy, became M. and was the author of a Treatise on Scurvy, pubhshed in 1754, with subsequent editions in 17 ; and ot a once we U-known work on Tropical Diseases, An Essay on D^seases incidental to Europeans in Hot Climates, which was pubhshed in 1768, and reached a sixth edition in 1808. Lynd, Surgeon to the Squadron, reports many men m the Naval Hospital at Madras, under his charge, as fit for duty. In 1798 he was serving at Batavia and Bencoolen, and, according to the same authority, was de- ported by order of the newly-appointed Governor-General Lord Mornmgton (Wellesley), in the same year. He was appointed an original member of the Senate of London University in 1836, Physician Extraordinary to the Queen in 1838, F. In 1854 he received the Rumford medal of the Royal Society ; and the Legion of Honour, with a gold medal, at the Paris Exhibition of 1855. He was the author of several works, The Elements of Physics, 1827, which ran through seven editions, and was translated into French, German, Dutch and Spanish ; A Survey of Human Progress, 1861 ; Arithmetic, 1867 ; and a pamphlet on National Education in 1870. S., Ed., in 1832, and made two voyages as Surgeon to an East Indiaman in 1833-34. Assistant Surgeon to the Royal Infirmary in 1850, and fu U Surgeon in 1854, Professor of Surgery at Edinburgh University in 1864, President of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, in 1867-68, Surgeon-in-ordinary to the Queen iii 62 HISTORY OF THE INDIAN MEDICAL SERVICE Scotland in 1868. On arrival in Bengal he was appointed an Assistant Surgeon on the Bengal Estabhshment on 26th Sept., 1794. The sailors slept in the churches of the town, and were much annoyed by the smell of dead bodies buried therein, victims of a recent epidemic of plague. P., London, settled in practice in London, and died in Arundel Street, Strand, in 1742.