The Consultation Letters of Dr William Cullen (1710-1790) at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh


People [PERS ID:1646]

First NameJohn
Middle Name/Initial(s)
Last NameMudie
Maiden Name
Medical Professional?Medical Professional


Birth (year)
Date of death (year) 1800


A Montrose-based physician. Pre-deceased by his son David in 1788.

Cases that this person appears in:

CountCase IDCase Name
1Case 369Case of Robert Ligertwood who believes himself to have a 'nervous weakness'.
2Case 562Case of an unnamed female patient, aged forty-nine, with various symptoms, including bouts of delirious speech, partly associated with a cessation of her menses, but she also has blind piles and toothache.
3Case 564Case of Miss Swan, whose symptoms Cullen suspects indicate a phthisis.
4Case 855Case of Mrs Henderson who has a severe pain in her side and such varied symptoms that Cullen is unsure of the underlying disease.
5Case 984Case of Robert Thomson, a Montrose shopkeeper with a long history of 'plethora' and 'hydroptick' symptoms, including swollen legs and suppressed urine.
6Case 997Case of Mr. Scott of Crigie, who consulted Cullen about five years earlier over his gout brought on by heavy drinking, but now has a severe and fatal jaundice.
7Case 1062Case of an unnamed 'young lady' wh is advised to go to Bath to treat a long-standing, but neglected complaint causing eruptions on her face.
8Case 1066Case of an unnamed female patient of Dr Mudie, who suffers from a painful disorder located in her side and abdomen after giving birth.
9Case 1141Case of an unnamed female patient - identified as Emily Clapham - with an eye disorder, referred by John Mudie.
10Case 1307Case of an unnamed female patient who has recently stopped nursing, and whose response to medicines (prescribed earlier by Cullen) for feverishness is being reported by John Mudie of Montrose.
11Case 1829Case of an unnamed female patient aged twenty-two who has started to spit blood.
12Case 2044Case of an unnamed male patient, aged 71, who has been weak since a fever 30 years earlier and now suffers from piles and a prolapsed anus.
13Case 2096Case of an unnamed female patient with breathing problems as reported by John Mudie.
14Case 2150Case of Mr Fullerton, a former patient of Cullen's, who has recovered well.
15Case 2203Case of an unnamed female patient aged twenty-seven with a pulmonary disorder as reported by Dr John Mudie.