Harwood, Busick, 1750 - 1814 (Anatomist)
- Existence: 1750 - 1814
Dates and places
Born Newmarket, 1750. Died Nov. 1814
Sphere of activity
Professor of Anatomy at University of Cambridge 1785-1814. First Downing Professor of Medicine, 1800-1814. (Professor elect from c. 1788)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Copies of Act, reports, proposals [Cross v Addenbrookes] relating to the establishment of Addenbrookes Hospital and its accounts for 1800, listing Busick Harwood as one of the physicians. Copies made by Downing College solicitor.
Mainly correspondence, concerning: the controversies and legal wrangling between William Frere and Edward Christian, who petitioned against Frere's election as Master in 1812; vice-chancellorship; general. The letters are not generally about College or estate administration. Includes correspondence from Sir Busick Harwood. Cornwallis Hewett and William Wilkins.
Including papers of Masters, Professors and Fellows of Downing College, and gifts from past members. Includes academic administrative records but not estates correspondence.
Papers concerning reformation in the Cambridge Medical School at Cambridge University. They include correspondence of and between Busick Harwood, Isaac Pennington and Pelham Warner. With explanatory letter from John Kendall and his precis of Busick Harwood's role in reform in the Medical School.