Henry Harington (1727-1816), Physician, musician and writer
1799; Date from imprint.
Henry Harington was a student of Queen's College, Oxford University where he took the degrees of Batchelor of Arts (1749) and Master of Arts (1752). Whilst at Oxford he joined an amateur musical society formed by Dr William Hayes (1708-1777). In 1753 he began to practise as a physician in Wells. In 1771 he moved to bath where he also practised as a physician and established the Bath Harmonic Society. The Duke of York appointed him his physician. He was also appointed an alderman and magistrate of Bath, as well as serving the office of mayor.
Bath; Europe; England; United Kingdom
Henry Harington (b.1727, d.1816); Music; Medicine; Portraits