The five appendices here should be read in conjunction with the various linked chapters in my new book entitled Medicine in an Age of Revolution (Oxford, Oxford University Press, forthcoming autumn 2023).
Appendices 1 (a) and (b) consist of short biographies of both the medical (appendix 1a) and lay signatories (appendix 1b) to the petition of the Society of Chymical Physicians in 1665. It should be read in conjunction with Chapter 4 of my forthcoming book in which I seek to demonstrate the wide support for chymical medicines in Restoration London, both at the court of Charles II and among a large swathe of London’s medical community, with the aim of supplanting the monopolistic authority wielded by the largely Galenic College of Physicians.
Appendices 2 (a) and (b) consist of lists of ejected ministers (appendix 2a) and the sons of ejected ministers (appendix 2b) who trained and/or practised medicine after the Restoration. These should be read in conjunction with Chapter 5 of my forthcoming book in which I explore the influx of former ministers and their nonconformist allies into medicine and the wider significance of this development.
Appendix 3 consists of a list of medical men (physicians, apothecaries and surgeons) who held the office of mayor in the various corporations of England. It reflects the growing politicisation of the medical profession, particularly after 1660, and should be read in conjunction with Chapter 6 of my forthcoming book in which these themes are explored more fully.