Alfred L. Warner

Birth: ?
Death: ?
Occupation: doctor, druggist

Associated Counties

  • Baltimore City

Directories

Date Name Occupation Address City
1814-1815 Alfred L. Warner druggist 14 Pratt Street Baltimore City
1816 Alfred L. Warner druggist 14 Pratt Street Baltimore City
1819 Alfred L. Warner doctor 13 E Pratt Baltimore City
1812 Alfred L. Warner druggist 4 Baltimore St. Baltimore City
1817-1818 Alfred L. Warner doctor 15 E. Pratt Baltimore City
1842 Alfred L. Warner M.D. Eden st s of Silver Baltimore City
1833 A.L. Warner doctor Pratt St 2nd door east of the bridge Baltimore City
1827 Alfred L. Warner M.D. SE corner E Water & Albemarle Baltimore City
1837-1838 A. L. Warner doctor 17 Pitt st Baltimore City
1853-1854 A. L. Warner doctor dw: 318 N. Howard St. Baltimore City

Additional Information

  • Dates: 1812/10/13
    Notes: VENEREAL COMPLAINTS.

    The subscriber deems it necessary to remind his friends and the public, that he still continues to prepare and vend that well known and highly approved Medicine for Venereal complaints of every description, it having been used by the late Dr. Warner in an extensive practice for more than twenty years with the most unparalleled success, would of itself have been a sufficient recommendation; but there are many stronger motives to induce every thinking man to procure it. The first is its surprising efficacy; the second its astonishing mildnes, the third is its subjecting the patient to no restrictions with respect to drink or diet, as thousands can attest, and the fourth is its being entirely free from that poisonous mineral mercury, the above medicine prepared according to the genuine receipt, may be had of the subscriber at No. 14, Pratt-st. two doors below M’Elderry’s wharf, and near the new bridge, where all orders will be punctually attended to and the most inviolable secrecy observed.

    ALFRED L. WARNER

    From: Federal Gazette and Baltimore Daily Advertiser, October 13, 1812.
    Source:

  • Dates: 1832
    Notes: Early in July cholera appears in the city; a quarantine law is passed by the City Council, July 7; the disease is not recognized till August 4; the last case occurs November 4. Total deaths in city for year, 3572; of which 853 were from cholera and 79 from small pox. Death rate, 42.02 per 1000. There is typhus fever in the City Jail. The cholera spreads over the State. Special cholera hospitals founded and put under charge of Drs. George B. Mackenzie, John Carrere and A. L. Warner
    Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 692
  • Dates: 1832/08/04
    Notes: “Drs. Geo. B. Mackenzie, John Carrere and A.L. Warner put in charge of special hospitals for cholera cases.”
    Source: Quinan, John Russell, Medical Annals of Baltimore from 1608 to 1880, including Events, Men and Literature to which is added a Subject Index and Record of Public Services Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 35
  • Dates: 1847
    Notes: Deaths: Drs. A. Pue, at Baltimore, aet. 71; Charles Maguire, at Baltimore; Maxwell McDowell, at Baltimore, aet. 76; Henry Wilkens, in Baltimore County, aet. 80; A. L. Warner, at Richmond, Va., May 5; John Revere, at New York, May 7, aet. 60; Tristram Thomas, at Easton, August 5, aet. 77; R. W. Hall, at Baltimore, September 14, aet. 62
    Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 700