Pitcairne, Archibald (16521713)

Pitcairne, Archibald, Scottish physician and satirist, born at Edinburgh; studied theology and law, and afterwards at Paris, medicine; he practised in Edinburgh, and became professor at Leyden; returning, he acquired great fame in his native city; in medicine he published a treatise on Harvey's discovery of the circulation of the blood; being an Episcopalian and Jacobite, he wrote severe satires on all things Presbyterian, e. g. “Babel, or the Assembly, a Poem,” 1692 (16521713).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Pisgah
Pishin
Pisidia
Pisistratus
Pistoia
Pistol, Ancient
Pistole
Pit`aka`
Pitaval
Pitcairn Island
Pitcairne, Archibald
Pithom
Pitman, Sir Isaac
Pitrè, Giuseppe
Pitris
Pitacottie, Robert Lindsay of
Pitt, William
Pitt, William
Pitt Diamond
Pittacus
Pittsburg