Lamb, John

John Lamb died of gout. In 1770, he placed himself in the hands of Dr James Jay and agreed to pay him 600 guineas in order to relieve him of the gout. Half the sum was paid and a law suit followed for the further payment which, eventually, ended in the favour of the doctor.

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