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Monro, Jameslocked

(1680–1752)
  • Jonathan Andrews

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Monro, James (1680–1752), physician and specialist in insanity, was born in Scotland on 2 September 1680, the son of Alexander Monro DD (d. 1698), the Jacobite principal of Edinburgh University, and his wife, Anna Logan (d. 1674). His family moved to London...

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