J. Thorp

Birth: ?
Death: ?
Occupation: doctor

Associated Counties

  • Baltimore City

Additional Information

  • Dates: 1854


    There have been about one thousand cases of cholera in Paris since its last return, of which one-half have died. GENDRIN commends bleeding, even in the state of collapse.

    The Tremont Medical School, (Boston,) founded in 1838, and of which the instructers are, with one exception, Professors in the Medical Department of Harvard College, has 52 students.

    The Mayor of Camden, N.J., is Dr. L. F. FISHER. Within an area of four hundred miles six physicians have been made Mayors since New Year’s.

    Dr. J. THORP, of Baltimore, communicates to the Boston Medical Journal a case of retroversio uteri, caused by an enlarged spleen.

    SOURCE: New York Times, Apr. 14, 1854