STUART, DAVID [SSNE 4914]

Surname
STUART
First name
DAVID

Text source

Davis Stuart was born in the early 1600's and died in Paris in 1669. He taught Philosophy in Leiden as a lecturer between 1661-1662 and thereafter as Professor of Metaphysics in the Philosophy School until his death in 1669. In 1663 Philip Skippon heard a lecture br Dr John Antonide Vander and noted Dr David Stuartus as one of his auditors on the section to do with diaphram and lungs. Cf. [SSNE 7217] and [SSNE 7220]

Philip Skippon esquire, An Account of a Journey made thro' part of the Low-Countries, Italy and France (1663). Reproduced in: A Collection of Voyages and Travels some now first printed from Original Manuscripts others now first published in English in six volumes (3rd edition, London, 1746), VI, p.413; C. A. Siegenbeek et. al. (eds.), Album Scholasticum Academiae Luguno-Batavae MDLXXV - MCMXL (Brill, Leiden, 1941), p.148.

Service record

THE DUTCH REPUBLIC, LEIDEN
Departed 1669-12-31, as PROFESSOR
Capacity MEDICAL ACADEMIC, PROFESSOR, LECTURER, purpose ACADEMIC