Horatio Gates Jameson

Birth: 1778
Death: 1855, Aug. 24
Occupation: doctor

Associated Counties

  • Baltimore City

US Census

Year Occupation County Ward/District Post Office Page
1850 physician Baltimore City 13 346

Directories

Date Name Occupation Address City
1816 H.G. Jameson apothecary & chemical manufacturer N. Liberty near Saratoga Street Baltimore City
1819 Horatio G. Jameson doctor corner of Conewago Street & Forrest Lane Baltimore City
1814-1815 Horatio G. Jameson druggist 16 N. Howard Street Baltimore City
1842 Horatio G. Jameson doctor Lexington st w of Park Baltimore City
1812 Horatio Jameson M.D. druggist and apothecary 16 N. Howard St. Baltimore City
1840-1841 Horatio G. Jameson doctor S. Calvert St. opposite Lovely Lane, at Mrs. Hanna’s boarding house Baltimore City
1831 Horatio G. Jameson professor of surgery in Washington Medical College corner Fayette and Liberty Sts. Baltimore City
1822-1823 Horation G. Jemmisson M.D. NW corner of North and Fayette Baltimore City
1845 H. Jameson physicians Lexington st. near Howard Baltimore City
1829 Horatio G. Jameson physician and surgeon corner of Fayette and Liberty Sts. Baltimore City
1824 Horatio G. Jamison M.D. NW corner of North and Fayette St. Baltimore City
1827 Horatio G. Jamison M.D. SE corner of Liberty and Fayette Baltimore City
1853-1854 Horatio G. Jameson doctor 131 Lexington St.; dw: 150 Hanover St. Baltimore City

Additional Information

Bibliography

  • Jameson, Horatio G., Lectures on fevers in general; in which their causes, symptoms, and sanatives are reviewed. With critical observations on causes, pathology, animal life, & c. & c. Baltimore: Printed for the author by John D. Toy. 48 p. 8 vo.
  • Jameson, Horatio G., An inaugural dissertation on the supposed power of the uterus… Baltimore: J. Robinson. 17 p. 22 cm.
    Thesis — University of Maryland
  • Jameson, Horatio G., The American domestick medicine, or, Medical admonisher containing some account of anatomy, the senses, diseases, caualties: a dispensatory, and glossary: in which the observations, and remedies, are adapted to the diseases, & c. of the United States: designed for the use of families. Baltimore: Published by F. Lucas, Jun.; J. Robinson, printer. xii, [17]-675 (I.e. 657), [2] p. front. 23 cm.
    Includes (p. [136]-162) an abstract of an account of yellow fever in Baltimore in 1794, taken from letters written by Thomas Drysdale to Benjamin Rush and published in 1805 in v. 1 of the Philadelphia medical museum.
  • Jameson, Horatio G., The American domestick medicine, or, Medical admonisher containing some account of anatomy, the senses, diseases, caualties: a dispensatory, and glossary: in which the observations, and remedies, are adapted to the diseases, & c. of the United States: designed for the use of families. 2d. Edition, with additions and improvements Baltimore: Published by the author; John D. Toy, printer. 574, [2] p. front. 23 cm.
    Includes a new part on “Bleeding” (p. 98-103) sections on “Land scurvy” and “Corns” (p. 353-355) and several additions to the “Dispensatory” not in the edition of 1817.
    “Erratum”: p. [576]
  • Jameson, Horatio Gates, An introductory lecture delivered at the opening of Washington Medical College of Baltimore, for 1827 & ‘8. Baltimore: Matchett. 18 p.
    Microfilm. 1 microfilm reel : negative ; 35 mm
    Location: HMD Collection
    Call Number: W J31i 1828
    Location: Microform Collection
    Call Number: Film 2022