Tall and narrow cylindrical bell jar with a circular wooden base.
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Short and wide cylindrical bell jar, illegible hand written label placed on top of base.
Large glass cylindrical dome with spherical handle on top, no base.
2 x Gold and pink curtain ties with tassels
2 x Metal curtain hooks with decorative washers.
Red velvet curtain with tassel trim
Metal possible copper plaque in case. Plaque reads 'Faculty of Homeopathy'
Red velvet curtain with tassel trim
Red velvet curtain with pink tassel trim
Large glass dome with blue velvet base, base possibly wood with blue velvet cushioning.
Bowl and shank of pipe, carved from horn, with painted pattern. Provenance: Dr R Haehl, the collection of Mazzini Stuart
Wedgwood bone china saucer, Sandon pattern; gold-edged, decorated with images of butterflies and flowers. Marked on underside: WEDGWOOD / BONE CHINA / MADE IN ENGLAND
Wedgwood bone china teacup, Sandon pattern; gold-edged, decorated with images of butterflies and flowers. Marked on base: WEDGWOOD / BONE CHINA / MADE IN ENGLAND / "SANDON" W.D. 4010
Wedgwood bone china tea plate, Sandon pattern; gold-edged, decorated with images of butterflies and flowers. Marked on underside: WEDGWOOD / BONE CHINA / MADE IN ENGLAND
Black leather case, containing a leather card case with metal clasp and a pencil, 2 visiting cards inscribed Samuel Hahnemann and Rue de Milan and Rue de Clichy, and 4 small folded papers for homeopathic powders. [...]
Red leather case with metal clasps and lined in red velvet. This contains a letter in French from Hahnemann. It is set behind glass and includes a lock of his hair. The letter states: Je [...]
Green silk smoking cap, embroidered with a leaf design. Provenance: Dr R Haehl, the collection of Mazzini Stuart
Wooden plaque set with a bronze relief portraying Hahnemann's head and a small glass oval below containing a lock of hair and a handwritten note from Mélanie and Samuel sent to their friend, Rev Thomas [...]
Beer glass etched with the name of a German brewery, Lauchstädter Brunnen, in Hahnemann's father's home town; it is also marked with the measure, 150G.
Large wooden (mahogany ?) case with metal inlay. Unable to be opened as it is locked and there is no key. There is an accompanying note describing the contents and stating that they were prepared [...]
'A Memoir of Dr Quin', by Edward Hamilton M.D. 1879 blue leather binding
'Veterinary Homœopathy, Comprehending the Treatment of the Diseases of All Domestic Animals' Price 6s green leather binding
'Biographical Monument to the Memory of Samuel Hahnemann' blue leather binding
'Two Dialogues' by Margaret Pollock Born March 8th, 1893 - Died June 4th, 1929 Signed in pencil on front cover green cover
'Reminiscences on Homœopathy' by R. A. F. Jack, M.B., CH.B. Birm. reprinted from "Homœopathy" - the journal of The British Homœopathic Association booklet, x pages stapled
Wooden stand with velvet covering, for a bell jar.
Letter from the Director of the Homeopathic Trust Major W. Foxton MBE to Dr A. Ghosh regarding a hospital with a signature in pen.
Main title 'faculty of the Homoeopathy', issue from January 1984, sub title says 'List of offices, members of council, and regional representatives. Fellows, members, and associates of the faculty.' Handwritten note in pen in top [...]
Main title 'faculty of the Homoeopathy', issue from February 1951, subtitle saying 'List of offices, council, fellows, members, and associates of the faculty', top right hand corner has an idecipherable handwritten note, also has handwritten [...]
Black leather travelling case with metal clasp, containing 100 glass vials with cork stoppers; many of these still contain homeopathic pillules. Also a concertina pocket containing 3 squares of paper, one of which is folded [...]
Patterned wooden box containing 66 glass vials with cork stoppers. (The box has been lockable but the lock is now broken.) Inscribed inside lid: 'HOMŒOPATHIC PHARMACY / BY / JOHN WALKER / 61 CONDUIT ST [...]
Black leather case with metal clasps, containing 34 labelled glass cylinders, tapered at each end. Four of the vials are broken open at one end; there are 2 loose pieces of wood inside the case. [...]
Lockable wooden box (key is missing) containing 24 small glass bottles with cork stoppers. Inside the lid: E. WHEELER / HOMŒOPATHIC CHEMIST / CLIFTON & BRISTOL
Black leather bi-fold travelling case containing 56 glass vials with cork stoppers; two are missing and at least one is smashed at the end. Case labelled on the inside: Toursse gabriel lesourd No. 1 temoins [...]
Small silver-coloured rectangular tin, containing 12 hypodermic needles. Stamped on lid: ORIGINAL RECORD
Silver-coloured metal case containing 9 pieces of medical equipment: scissors, scalpel, tweezers, hypodermic needles etc. Stamp on inside of lid: MED SUPPLY LONDON S
Black leather travelling case with metal clasp, case containing glass vials with cork stoppers, all held in numbered sleeves; 93 vials contain remedies, 17 are empty and there are 100 empty sleeves.
Cardboard box containing 9 assorted glass vials and bottles. Handwritten label on lid: NOSODES Printed label below: Supplied by / Ainsworth's Homeopathic Pharmacy / 38 New Cavendish Street / London W.1 (Tel. 01 935 5330) [...]
Lockable wooden box (key missing) with brass fittings; top compartment and 2 drawers (these are unable to be opened); contains 48 assorted glass bottles and vials, and 2 loose pills. Inscription on velvet lining in [...]
Wooden case, covered in black leather (deteriorating); containing 290 glass vials (one is of a different style) and a spoon; there are 31 empty compartments. Inscribed in lid: G CLAYTON / HOMŒOPATHIC CHEMIST / 315 / [...]
Wooden case, with brass corners and lock (key missing), containing 170 glass vials, with cork stoppers; 23 empty compartments. In gold lettering on velvet lining inside lid: W HEADLAND / Homœopathic Chemist / 15 Princes [...]
Stamp engraved with THE FACULTY OF HOMŒOPATHY and Faculty badge; for making a wax impression. engraved in reverse and intaglio
Gold medal with blue ribbon and gold pin, in dark blue leather case. Inscribed in lid of case: G. KENNING & SON. / LONDON / LIVERPOOL / MANCHESTER / GLASGOW
Commemorative gold medal, inscribed SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CURENTUR around the circumference and 45th L.M.H.I. CONGRESS beside the image of Hahnemann's head (copied from the 1838 relief by David d'Angers); 'Hahnemann' and '1790' below the image. This [...]
Gold medal, with image of Hahnemann's head, copied from the 1838 relief by David d'Angers; inscribed S. HAHNEMANN 1755-1843; and on the obverse, R. Rebatet 5c, A. Augis edt. In black box, lined with red [...]
Medal with blue ribbon, engraved with, INTERNATIONAL HOMŒOPATHIC CONGRESS 1911; and bar inscribed LONDON. Accompanying label in case states: Commemorative medal, 8th Quinquennial International Homœopathic Congress, 17-21 July 1911. Originally the property of Dr. Gibson [...]
Gold-coloured medallion of a building, inscription in Italian on circumference: COMISSARIO DEL GOVERNO NELLA REGIONE FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA. Box lid inscribed: COPPE MEDAGLIE TROFEI / CLAUDIO / CECCHINI / 34137 TRIESTE / Campo di Giacomo [...]
Three identically-designed medals, made from different coloured metals; with image of Hahnemann (?), and engraved with, INTERNATIONAL HOMŒOPATHIC CONGRESS 1911; two with blue ribbons, one with white and red stripe. All with bar, inscribed LONDON. [...]
White ceramic plate with a design in gold leaf round the border and a painted inscription in Latin in centre. The inscription states that it was presented to Hahnemann on the occasion of his 75th [...]
Photograph of Hahnemann's birthplace and childhood home - on Neumarkt, Meissen. The building was reconstructed and converted into a restaurant in 1879, and there is a bust of Hahnemann above the door. There is handwritten note [...]
Watercolour painting of Hahnemann's birthplace and childhood home on the corner of Neumarkt, Meissen. His father owned the house from 1753 - 1782. Artist: C Werner, 1855 In gilded wood frame There is a handwritten [...]
Photograph of Hahnemann, Paris 30 Sept 1841 Photographer: H Foncault, Paris It was a dark rainy day, with violent gusts of wind, all which circumstances by increasing the difficulty of taking the photograph, have given [...]
Printed below photograph: BRITISH HOMŒOPATHIC SOCIETY / Complimentary Dinner to Dr. & Madame Pierre Schmidt, Connaught Rooms London, April 21, 1932. / Chairman: P. Hall-Smith, Esq., M.A., M.D. Pierre Schmidt, [...]
Photograph of a hospital ward, with a handwritten description on the back.
Black and white photograph of Dr Stuart McAusland, President of the Faculty of Homœopathy (1961 - ?), giving an after-dinner speech. Printed on front: Rawood Ltd. / 25 New Oxford Street, W. C. 1. Handwritten [...]
Copy of a portrait of Hahnemann by the German artist, Julius Schoppe, labelled Dr Hahnemann; illegible handwritten note on back of frame; also two labels on the back - one, Hahnemann Hospital, 42 Hope Street, Liverpool and, [...]
Model of Samuel Hahnemann Memorial on Massachusetts Avenue and 16th Street, NW (Scott Circle), Washington DC, USA. Sculptor: Charles Henry Niehaus, NY The pedestal has the inscription, SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CURENTUR. Four large bronze bas-relief panels [...]
Porcelain bust of Hahnemann, with inscription under left shoulder, copied from a sculpture by German artist, Anton Dietrich.
3 small cardboard boxes, containing brown glass vials 2 small cardboard boxes, containing brown glass vials and cork stoppers 1 slightly larger cardboard box, containing cork stoppers
Brown leather insert for travelling case, with sleeves for vials. Inscribed: A. Nelson and Co. ltd. London.
Small glass bottle, with sealed cork Labelled: LONDON HOMŒOPATHIC / LABORATORIES LTD And at bottom of label: "RIVERSLEIGH" / HIGH WYCOMBE, BUCKS Typed in between: PIPER NIG.6
Glass vial, with cork stopper Labels: 1. Natrum Muriaticum, 6 2. G. CLAYTON / ? late W. Headland's / HOMŒOPATHIC CHEMIST / 315, Regent Street / LONDON, W. / Near the Polytechnic.
Glass vial, with cork stopper Labelled: Viola Odorata, 6
Glass vial containing pillules Labelled: Sulphuris Acidum.12
Small glass vial with cork stopper; containing pillules Labelled: Sulphuris tinctura.12
Glass vial with cork stopper; containing an ampoule and white powder Labelled: Méningococcus
Glass ampoule, containing a clear liquid.
Lockable wooden box with brass lock (key missing); with 24 compartments containing 22 glass bottles (one green, the rest clear glass); two have cork stoppers, the others glass; 2 compartments are empty. Inside the lid: [...]
Black and green leather case, containing 2 stoppered glass bottles.
Bronze bust of Hahnemann, on wooden plinth; signed on the back, Ottin (French sculptor) Provenance: Dr R Haehl, presented by the Misses Coles
Medium-sized bronze bust of Hahnemann
Medium-sized porcelain bust of Hahnemann
Large porcelain bust of Hahnemann
Decorated presentation cut crystal cup with lid; etched with Hahnemann's face and inscribed, zum 10 April 1832 Von Dr. Uttomur. This is likely to have been a 78th birthday gift to Hahnemann from Dr Attomyr. [...]
Ceramic cup, with hand-painted portrait of Hahnemann and decorated with gold leaf, standing on three feet. Part of a set with commemorative plate (see following entry), presented to Hahnemann to mark his 80th birthday, on [...]
Small porcelain bust of Hahnemann.
Black velvet smoking cap, with flower embroidery and a tassel. Franz Hartmann, a faithful student and intimate friend of Hahnemann, who took part in early proving, wrote: How grateful to him was the leisure he [...]
Skinner's Centesimal Fluxion Potentiser, 1878; designed to be used over a sink, with water from a tap providing the motive power through the wheel. Note: Boericke & Tafel installed a version of Skinner's machine in [...]
Black leather case with carrying handle, containing 195 glass vials with cork stoppers; all individually labelled; there are 5 empty compartments. On outside of lid: Maison de la Radiesthesie / 16 Rue Saint Roche 16 [...]
Leather travelling case, with metal clasps, for glass cup and lid presented to Hahnemann by Dr Attomyr (see previous entry). Labelled: Medical Cup used by Samuel Hahnemann Provenance: Dr R Haehl, the collection of Mazzini Stuart
Black, leather travelling case with metal clasp; contains 18 glass vials with cork stoppers; 15 are labelled and contain either pillules or tablets; 3 are empty
Polished black wooden box; lid has inlaid brass borders and scrolled brass inlay in the centre around the name 'Hahnemannia'; contains 153 glass vials with cork stoppers; 8 compartments are empty.
Black leather case with metal clasp; contains glass vials with cork stoppers; 8 are labelled and contain pillules, 3 are empty, and there is 1 empty space; handwritten note on inside of lid has list [...]
Small round pink paper box containing a lock of Hahnemann's hair. The handwritten inscription on the lid states, in French, that this was given to Mr Peter Stuart by Sophie von Boenninghausen, Mélanie Hahnemann's adopted [...]
Cameo brooch (damaged), with a relief of Hahnemann's head, copied from one by the German sculptor, Franz Woltrek, made to celebrate Hahnemann's 60th Doctorate Jubilee on 10 August 1839. In black case, with gold trim
Small green leather case; lid lined with green silk; contains 32 glass vials with cork stoppers.
Black leather case, containing 12 glass vials with cork stoppers; vials labelled with individual Schuessler Salts Label: By appointment chemists to the late King George VI, / A. NELSON & Co. LTD. / HOMŒOPATHIC PHARMACY [...]
Mourning ring, with image of a head encircled in black In black case, with gold border
Small card/paper box, empty but lined with cotton wool; a gift from Mélanie Hahnemann to the wife of Rev Thomas Everest. Handwritten, in French, on lid: A sa / bonne Amie / Madame Everest / [...]
Small black leather case containing glass vials with cork stoppers and one spoon; vials contain pillules and are individually labelled - Chamomilla, Ipecacuanha, ?, Lycopodium, ?, Pulsatilla. Case marked: TURNER / HOMŒOPATHIC CHEMIST / PICCADILLY [...]
Small box containing a gold-mounted amethyst ring, engraved with a portrait of Hahnemann. After Hahnemann's death, Mélanie gave his ring to Dr Thomas Skinner. It later came into the possession of a Dutch noble family; [...]
Pendant with cameo image of Hahnemann's head, copied from a relief sculpted for his 60th Doctorate Jubilee (on 10 August, 1839) by the German artist, Franz Woltrek; chain of woven hair (presumably Hahnemann's). In small [...]
Oval cameo brooch with gold border; inscribed, Medallion brooch presented to the Misses Coles Hahnemann. Copy of a relief of Hahnemann sculpted by Franz Woltrek in honour of his 60th Doctorate Jubilee (10 August 1839). In [...]
Double-sided medallion with the inscription, DR CHRISTIAN FRIEDRICH SAMUEL HAHNEMANN 1755 - 1843 around the circumference and SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CURANTUR within that, surrounding an image of Hahnemann, copied from the relief of 1838 by David [...]
Small green leather-covered case containing 28 glass vials with cork stoppers; the abbreviated remedy name is printed on the corks.
'Homœopathic Manual Containing Hints For Domestic Practice' brown cover
Cameo brooch, with ornate gold border, marked 'F. Woltreck'; copy of a relief by the German sculptor, Franz Woltrek, made to mark Hahnemann's 60th Doctorate Jubilee on 10 August 1839. In black case, with gilt [...]
Small leather case with two tiers of trays, each containing 13 glass vials with cork stoppers; one vial is cracked; vials contain pillules and have indications for use on decorative patterned labels. Marked on inside [...]
Dudgeon's Sphygmograph, in black case Inside lid of case: DUDGEON'S / SPHYGMOGRAPH / PRESENTED TO / THE HUNTERIAN ORATOR / DR. B. T. PARSONS-SMITH / BY / IRWIN MOORE / (HON. TREASURER) / APRIL 9TH [...]
Small polished wooden box with brass hook; containing 46 numbered glass vials with cork stoppers and 2 loose vials in space at side. Engraved inside lid: Similia Similibus
Small leather case, lid lined with red silk; with two tiers of trays each containing 30 glass vials, and one side compartment with 8 glass vials, all with with cork stoppers; vials individually labelled and [...]
Leather box containing 66 glass vials with cork stoppers; stoppers marked with abbreviated remedy name and potency of contents. Mark on the inside of the (battered) lid: W. HEADLAND / HOMŒOPATHIC CHEMIST / 15 PRINCES [...]
Onyx stamp, engraved with a copy of Woltrek's relief of Hahnemann's head; plus 2 sample wax seals. In black box, with gold trim Left to the Misses Cole, by their aunts, the Misses Juliet and [...]
Small leather case containing small spoon and 24 glass vials with cork stoppers; vials contain pillules and are individually labelled. Inside lid marked: W.HEADLAND / HOMŒOPATHIC CHEMIST / 15. PRINCES ST / HANOVER SQUARE
Rectangular cameo brooch with gold frame; copy of a relief of Hahnemann's head by the German sculptor Woltrek, made to celebrate Hahnemann's 60th Doctorate Jubilee on 10 August 1839. Trifold red leather case with gold [...]
Small black leather case with gold border on lid; contains 6 labelled glass vials. Labelled: Presented to Col. M.C. Barraclough, / Secretary to the Faculty of Homeopathy by / Monsieur Boivon at Lyon, 31 May [...]
Small leather case containing 12 glass vials with cork stoppers; spoon is missing; vials are individually labelled. Inside of lid marked: LEATH & CO / CHEMISTS BY APPOINTMENT / TO THE / LONDON HOMŒOPATHIC HOSPITAL [...]
Small brown leather case, possibly containing other items.
Small leather case, containing 24 glass vials with cork stoppers; spoon is missing; vials are individually labelled and some contain a few pillules. Stamped on outside of lid, in a triangle and starburst design: SIMILIA [...]
Small souvenir notebook in tooled gold-coloured leather, with a metal binding, pencil, notepad and 4 loosely folded papers containing locks of hair, most probably Hahnemann's.
Small green leather case, decorated with ornate gold border on lid and internal gold trim; contains 60 glass vials with cork stoppers.
Small leather case, containing 6 glass vials with cork stoppers; vials individually labelled. Stamped in lid: JAMES LEATH / 9. VERE STREET / and / 5. ST PAUL'S CHURCHYARD
Lockable walnut medicine chest with brass inlay; key present; top of case contains 91 glass vials, 4 with broken corks, 1 empty space); 4 other items in pockets inside lid; drawer below contains 22 items [...]
Ceramic statuette of Hahnemann Inscribed on back: Hahnemann born 10 April 1750 at Meissen, died 2 July 1843 at Paris W.B. ?
Album of letters and notes, with a postcard inside the front cover; also contains folder with 3 leaflets on preservation and a note stating: Book donated by Mrs Peggy Ainsworth (nee Everest) whose relatives were [...]
Lockable crocodile and wood medicine case with carrying handle; key present; containing 1000 glass vials, with cork stoppers; stoppers stamped with abbreviated remedy name and potency. Note: donated by Dr C.D.G Johnson
Wooden possibly mahogany medicine box with 'James Epps, Homeopathic Chemist, 170 Piccadilly, 124 Great Russell St. & 48 Threadneedle St. London' marked on inside of box lid, containing 120 corked glass medicine bottles (labelled)
Contemporary blue leather travelling case with handle and metal clasps; contains metal clips for 100 vials (1 missing); 99 blue or white plastic twist-top vials, all individually labelled; plus compartment containing four small boxes and [...]
The English Homeopathic Association In 1846, the English Homeopathic Association had approximately 560 members. In 1849, the British Homeopathic Association (amalgamated with the English Homeopathic Association) had 1300 member, sufficient to establish a hospital. The English Homeopathic Association was formed in May [...]
Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes Lyon (4 August 1900 – 30 March 2002) was the Queen consort of King George VI. After her husband’s death, she was known as [...]
Epidemic Man and his Visitations by James John Garth Wilkinson 1893 In this book written by James John Garth Wilkinson in 1893, the author outlines the true causes of epidemics, pestilences, wars, violence and disease. [...]
The Homeopathic Convalescent Home in Eastbourne (*photo used courtesy of Homéopathe International by Sylvain Cazalet at PHOTOTHÈQUE HOMÉOPATHIQUE) 36, Enys Road, corner of Enys and Carew Roads (nearly opposite the Princess Alice Memorial Hospital), opened [...]
The Phillips Memorial Homeopathic Hospital, Lowndes Avenue, Market Square, Bromley, Kent, operated from 1889 – 1943, (*photo used courtesy of Homéopathe International by Sylvain Cazalet at PHOTOTHÈQUE HOMÉOPATHIQUE) was based on the Bromley Homeopathic Dispensary [...]
On Human Science, Good and Evil, and its works: and on Divine Revelation and its Works and Sciences by James John Garth Wilkinson 1876 In this book written by James John Garth Wilkinson in 1876, [...]
The Hahnemann Convalescent Home Bournemouth (photo used courtesy of Sylvain Cazalet Homéopathe International) was founded in 1879 with 32 beds, enlarged in 1883, and in 1913, a chapel was added. The Home accepted patients with [...]
The Bristol and Clifton Homeopathic Dispensary, Upper Berkeley Place, Bristol, was instituted in 1832, The Bristol Homeopathic Hospital, also known as the Bruce Melville Wills Memorial, was endowed by Walter Melville Wills in 1925, and [...]
In War, Cholera, and the Ministry of Health. An appeal to Sir Benjamin Hall and the British People, homeopath James John Garth Wilkinson 1812 – 1899 (photo from National Portrait Gallery), written in 1855, appeals [...]
In The Book of Edda Called Voluspa, homeopath James John Garth Wilkinson 1812 – 1899 uses Emanuel Swedenborg’s Doctrine of Correspondence to translate this famous Norse text in 1897, two years before he died, after [...]
Ralph Barnes Grindrod LSA MD 1831 (19 May 1811 – 18 November 1883), was a British orthodox physician who, though proclaiming his absolute antagonism towards homeopathy, nevertheless worked alongside the homeopaths in the Malvern Hydrotherapy [...]
Thomas Spencer Wells (1818-1897) Sir Thomas Spencer Wells, 1st Baronet MRCS , FRCS  (3 February 1818 – 31 January 1897) was Surgeon of the Samaritan Free Hospital for Women, Hunterian Professor of [...]
William Gwynn L.R.C.S. (Irel) , M.B. (Dublin)  (1831 – 11 August 1869), was an Anglo-Irish orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become House Surgeon at the Liverpool Homeopathic Dispensary and Consulting Physician at [...]
The Birmingham Homeopathic Dispensary 1845 – 1859 A homeopathic dispensary was opened in Great Charles Street in 1845, and this was fully established by 1847, […]
Henry Robertson LSA London 1828 (1807 – 14 October 1881), was a British orthodox physician and surgeon who converted to homeopathy to become the Vice President of the Midland Homeopathic Medical Society. He was a [...]
Queen Victoria (Alexandrina Victoria) (24 May 1819 – 22 January 1901) was the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 20 June 1837, and the first Empress of India of the [...]
C. G. Kallenbach M.D. (1802? – 1880?) was a German orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy and became a leading member of the Central Society of German Homoeopathists. Kallenbach was the homeopathic physician of the [...]
Eugene Beauharnais Nash (8 March 1838 – 6 November 1917) was an American graduate from the Cleveland Homeopathic Hospital in 1874. Nash taught at the New York Homeopathic Medical College, and was the President of [...]
Heinrich August Fielitz M.D. (28 April 1797 – 4 October 1877) was a German orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, to become a member of the Homeopathic Society for Upper Lusitania and Silesia, and the [...]
Many people in the last two hundred years have discovered the wonder of homeopathy. There are most probably over a hundred thousand American homeopaths, millions of Indian homeopaths, hundreds of thousands of South American homeopaths, [...]
Tsar Alexander I (1777 – 1825), also known as Alexander the Blessed, served as Emperor of Russia from 23 March 1801 to 1 December 1825, and Ruler of Poland from 1815 to 1825, as well [...]
Umberslade Hall Walter R. Johnson M.D. London 1847 (23 February 1824 – 5 March 1913) was a British orthodox physician, Gold Medalist in Medicine and Materia Media, and Medical Tutor at Guy’s Hospital, [...]
Robert Ellis Dudgeon MD LRCSE (17 March 1820 – 8 September 1904), studied in Paris and Vienna before graduating as a doctor. Dudgeon then became the first editor of the British Journal of Homeopathy and [...]
William Henry Ashurst Snr (11 February 1792 – 13 October 1855) was a British solicitor who founded the commercial law firm Ashurst Morris Crisp at 6 Old Jewry Street. Ashurst was a political reformer and, [...]
Charles Gaspard Peschier MD (13 March 1782 – 31 May 1853) was a French orthodox physician and Regimental Surgeon of the Carabiniers of Aubonne, who converted to homeopathy, to become one of the earliest homeopaths [...]
Johann Martin Honigberger M.D. (10 March 1795 – 18 December 1869) was a Romanian Saxon orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, and who introduced homeopathy into Afghanistan, Egypt, Persia, Romania, Russia, Turkey, India and Pakistan. [...]
All over Britain and Europe, Homeopathic Dispensaries and hospitals opened their doors for the treatment of the poor. In every case the treatment for poor people was offered completely free of charge, and the wealthier [...]
Veit Meyer M.D. (17 February 1815 - 22 April 1872) was a German Jewish orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become the co-editor of the Homöopathische Vierteljahrschrift, and editor of the Allgemeine Homöopathische Zeitung. [...]
Georg Friedrich von Necher Georg Friedrich von Necher (sometimes misspelled Neckar/Necker) MD (ca. 1770 – ca. 1848) was family physician to the Intendant General and commander of the Austrian army in Italy, Baron [...]
William Warne (21 July 1801 – 15 March 1861) was Honorary Secretary and Patron of the Hahnemann Hospital at 39 Bloomsbury Square. Warne was also on the Committee of the English Homeopathic Association, and Honorary [...]
Philippe Musard (8 November 1792 – 31 March 1859) was a French violinist, conductor and composer, the Paris equivalent of Glenn Miller in the 1820s. Philippe Musard was a staunch advocate of homeopathy, and he [...]
Pierre Auguste Rapou (1780 – 5 October 1857) was a French orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, to become a member of the College of Physicians at Paris. Pierre Auguste Rapou was a major homeopathic [...]
Pierre Dufresne (1786 – 1837) was a French orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, a Physician at a Maison de Santé, he became the founder of the Society Homeopathique Gallicane (the Gallic Homeopathic Society), the [...]
Queenie Muriel Francis Adams MRCS, LRCP, MFHom (7 May 1902 – 19 August 1999) taught general medicine at the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital and at the London Missionary School of Medicine Adams also practiced at [...]
William Henry Mayne M.D., L.R.C.S., (ca. 1816 - 25 December 1857) was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. Mayne was a member of the British Homeopathic Society from its inception in 1844. Mayne [...]
Richard Haehl MD (15 December 1873 – 7 February 1932), a German orthodox physician from Stuttgart and Kirchheim who converted to homeopathy, traveled to America to study homeopathy at the Hahnemann College of Philadelphia. He [...]
Gottlieb Martin Wilhelm Ludwig Rau M.D. (3 October 1779 – 22 September 1841) was a German orthodox physician for 22 years before he converted to homeopathy. A Specialist in Obstetrics, who was already experimenting in [...]
Robert Thomas Cooper (1844 – 14 September 1903) BA, MD, Trinity College Dublin was an Irish orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, to become a Physician for Diseases of the Ear at the London Homeopathic [...]
James Compton Burnett MD (Glasgow 1872) (20 July 1840 – 2 April 1901) was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. He worked at the London Homeopathic Hospital and in private practice, and he [...]
Antoine Henri Petroz (1781 – 29 August 1859) was a student of Samuel Hahnemann, and he was one of of the foremost homeopaths in Paris. By 1865, compilations of his valuable writings were made by [...]
Carl Haubold (1796 – 8 June 1862) was a German orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. Carl Haubold was one of the earliest students of Samuel Hahnemann in Leipsig. Carl Haubold was a member of [...]
Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg and Gotha (Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emmanuel, later HRH The Prince Consort) (26 August 1819 – 14 December 1861) was the husband of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of [...]
Friedrich Jakob Rummel (26 April 1793 – 10 October 1854) was a German orthodox physician and a fierce opponent of homeopathy before he converted to homeopathy. Rummel was Samuel Hahnemann’s great adversary until 1826, when [...]
Georg August Heinrich Muhlenbein (15 October 1764 – 8 January 1845) was a German orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become one of the founders and the President of the Central Society of Homeopathic [...]
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Octavia Margaret Sophia Lewin (1869-1955) Octavia Margaret Sophia Lewin MB, BS (London) 1896, MD (Chicago) (2 February 1869 – 27 December 1955) was a Registrar and Assistant Physician at the Royal London Homeopathic [...]
Julien Aimé Davet de Beaurepaire de Benery MD (27 November 1797 – 1873) was an Italian homeopath who lived and practiced in France. He was a student and colleague of Samuel Hahnemann in Leipzig. Davet [...]
Johann Joseph Wilhelm Lux M.D. (6 April 1776 – 29 January 1849), was a German veterinary surgeon at the University of Leipzig who converted to homeopathy. Lux was a member of the Homoeopathischer Centralverein. Lux [...]
Thomas Skinner L.R.C.S.E. M.D. [St. Andrews 1857] (11 August 1825 – 11 September 1906) was an allopathic physician and a strident opponent of homeopathy, who had worked very closely with Sir James Young Simpson as [...]
William Henderson MD Edin.  (17 January 1810 – 1 April 1872), Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and Professor of General Pathology at the University of Edinburgh, was an orthodox physician [...]
John Ozanne M.D. [Paris, 1840] B.L. (13 February 1816 – 13 December 1864) was an orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. John Ozanne was a student of Paul Francois Curie. Along with fellow doctors William [...]
There have been many British Homeopathic Societies and Associations, and many British homeopathic journals in the past, ancestors to our present day organisations. The following is a work in progress, listing them all. In 1847, [...]
John Rutherford Russell (MD Edin. 1838) (28 April 1816 – 22 December 1866) was an orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become Physician of Edinburgh Homeopathic Dispensary, Physician at the London Homeopathic Hospital, Fellow [...]
Thomas Engall MRCS (13 May 1808 – 18 July 1887) was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. He was Surgeon at the West London Homeopathic Dispensary, Surgeon at the Hahnemann Hospital at 39 [...]
Henry Victor Malan M.D. (2 July 1817 – 23 January 1879) was a Swiss-British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. He was a student of Samuel Hahnemann in 1840, Surgeon and Obstetrician Tubingen 1839, MD [...]
Joseph Hands MRCS  LSA  (1804 – 17 April 1886) was a British orthodox surgeon who converted to homeopathy, to become a member of the Medical Council of the Hahnemann Hospital at 39 Bloomsbury [...]
Joseph Laurie M.D. (13 June 1814 – 10 December 1865) was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, member of the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh), graduate of the Homeopathic Medical College of Pennsylvania, [...]
George Calvert Holland M.D. (28 February 1801 – 7 March 1865) was a poet, public speaker, author, politician, and physician. He was Lecturer on Physiology at Sheffield Medical Institution in 1831, Physician Extraordinary to The Sheffield General [...]
Samuel Thomas Partridge M.D. [Aberdeen, 1820], M.R.C.S.  (1797 – 14 March 1870) was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. He practiced at 2 York Place, Portman Square, became Physician to the Marylebone [...]
Johann Ernst Stapf (9 September 1788 – 10 July 1860) was a German orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become a pupil and colleague of Samuel Hahnemann, and a member of Hahnemann’s Provers’ Union. [...]
Joseph Kidd FRCSE (15 February 1824 – 20 August 1918) was an Irish orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy and later became the homeopathic physician to Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli 1st Earl of Beaconsfield. He [...]
Charles Edwin Wheeler M.D. B.S. B.Sc. (24 August 1868 – 2 February 1947) was born in Australia, an orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. Wheeler was junior editor and, from 1907-1922, sole editor of The [...]
Margery Grace Blackie CVO, MD, FFHom (4 Feb 1898 – 24 August 1981) was an orthodox doctor who converted to homeopathy. In 1969 she became the homeopathic physician of Queen Elizabeth II, the first woman [...]
Edward William Berridge MB, BS (1844 – 13 May 1920) was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. Berridge trained at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital in 1864, and then travelled to America to study at [...]
Georg Heinrich Gottlieb Jahr (30 January 1800 – 11 July 1875) was a German lay homeopath who was very close to Samuel Hahnemann. Jahr was a prolific writer and staunch advocate of homeopathy who was [...]
Frederick Hervey Foster Quin (MD Edin 1820) (12 February 1799 – 24 November 1879) was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become one of the very first homeopaths in Britain. In 1844 [...]
Richard Hughes MRCS LRCP (20 August 1836 – 3 April 1902) was an orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become a Physician at the Brighton Homeopathic Dispensary, Editor of the British Journal of Homeopathy [...]
Margaret Lucy Tyler LRCPE LRCSE LRCPSG MD (9 February 1859 – 21 June 1943) was an English homeopath who was influenced by the work of Chicago physician James Tyler Kent. As one of the leading [...]
Sir John Weir, GCVO, Royal Victorian Chain MB ChB Glasgow 1907, FFHom (19 October 1879 – 17 April 1971) was Physician Royal to several twentieth century monarchs. The very first homeopath by Royal appointment was Frederick [...]
Charles Julius Hempel M.D. (5 September 1811 – 24 September 1879) was a major translator of homeopathic books into the English language, and Chair of Materia Medica and Therapeutics in the Homœopathic Medical College of [...]
Carroll Dunham M. D. (1828 – 1877) was an influential American homeopathic physician who was Dean of Faculty at the New York Homeopathic Medical College and also served as President of the American Institute of [...]
Adolph Graf zur Lippe Biesterfeld Weissenfeld M.D. (11 May 1812 – 23 January 1888) was a singular homeopath and one of the first graduates of homeopathy in America. Lippe taught alongside Constantine Hering at the [...]
Henry Chileab Allen M. D. (2 October 1836 – 22 January 1909) was Professor of Diseases of the Skin and Miasmatics and founder of the Hering Medical College, City Physician at the Baptist Hospital and [...]
Constantine J. Hering (1 January 1800 – 23 July 1880) was the ‘father of American Homeopathy’, known for his “Law of Cure” which remains a guiding principle for modern homeopathy. Hering originally set out to [...]
Samuel Swan M.D. (4 July 1814 – 17 October 1893) was an American musician who, after being introduced to homeopathy, subsequently changed careers to become a noted homeopathic medical doctor. Swan was responsible for proving [...]
Brigadier General (Dr.) Edward Augustus Wild (1825 – 1891) was the son of homeopath Dr. Charles Wild (1795 – 1864). Edward Wild studied at Harvard College and at Jefferson Medical College and joined the Massachusetts [...]
Henry Clay Angell MD (27 January 1829 – 28 May 1911) was a noted Boston ophthalmologist. Angell graduated from the Homeopathic Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1852, briefly setting up in practice with German homeopathic [...]
Matilda Electa Joslyn Gage (24 March 1826 – 18 March 1898) ‘… was a suffragist, a Native American activist, an abolitionist, a freethinker, and a prolific author, who was “born with a hatred of oppression” Gage’s [...]
Clemens Maria Franz von Bönninghausen (1785 – 1864) Clemens Maria Franz von Bönninghausen (12 March 1785 – 26 January 1864) was a German aristocrat, lawyer and agriculturalist who became a student of Samuel [...]
Susan Brownell Anthony (15 February 1820 – 13 March 1906) was a prominent supporter of homeopathy, forming the National Women Suffrage Association and supporting abolitionism and she spoke out forcefully on behalf of homeopathy all [...]
William Tod Helmuth MD (30 October 1833 – 15 May 1902) was professor of surgery, dean of the faculty and a trustee of the New York Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital. Helmuth wrote one of [...]
Count Bertrand-Henri de Bonneval M. D. (9 May 1806 – 13 June 1882), was a practitioner of homeopathy, agronomist and philanthropist. Bonneval was one of the earliest French disciples of Samuel Hahnemann. In 1831-2 he [...]