Edmund Capper 1838 – 1905

Edmund Capper ?1838 – ?1905 MD, CM Edinburgh was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become an Agent for the sale of the Journal of Eclectic and Botanic Remedies, Chemist to the Bath Homeopathic Dispensary,

Edmund Capper practiced at 33 Gay Street, Bath, and in Leicester, and at 2 Newsham Drive, Liverpool,

Edmund Capper submitted cases and articles to various homeopathic publications, and he wrote The principal uses of the sixteen most important homeopathic medicines, Epidemic Diarrhoea in Children and its Homeopathic Treatment, The Method of Hahnemann and the Homeopathy of Today, Homeopathy – what is it?: it’s merits and advantages simply explained,

The Capper Family were possibly Quakers,

Of interest:

Jasper S Capper 1837 – 1866 MD, MRSCS, Gold Medalist from the Royal Infirmary of Liverpool, MD St Andrews 1861, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become Honorary Secretary to the Liverpool Homeopathic Dispensary, Medical Officer at the Hastings Homeopathic Dispensary, Member of the British Homeopathic Society, he wrote The Turkish or hot-air bath, with directions for its use, he practiced in Ipswich, and his Obituary is in the British Homeopathic Review, Volume 10,

Percy Capper – ?1912 MB, CM Edinburgh, ?brother of Edmund Capper, was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become Honorary Surgeon at the Tunbridge Wells Homeopathic Hospital, Member of the British Homeopathic Association, who practiced at St. Leonard’s on Sea, and at Bexhill on Sea, he submitted cases and articles to various homeopathic publications,

S Capper was the Chemist for the Bath Homeopathic Dispensary,

Samuel James Capper, father of Edmund Capper, was a British orthodox physician, President of the Lancashire and Cheshire Entymological Society, who converted to homeopathy, and practiced in Liverpool,

Thompson and Capper, Homeopathic Chemists and publishers, 41 and 43 Bold Street, Liverpool,

W Capper was the Treasurer of the Blackhealth Homeopathic Dispensary,

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  1. I have a small box marked thomson & capper, homoeopathic chemists bold st. liverpool.
    it contains 40+ small files with remedies like silicea 6 in it.
    are items like this collected?

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