. Joseph Warren (1741–1775), Harvard 1759, the physician-orator-soldier who became
's close and admired friend and who was killed in the battle of Bunker Hill (
). Among Warren's papers on deposit in MHi
are an account book, 1763–1768, and a day book, 1774–1775, of his medical practice.
No entry for inoculating Peter Adams has been found therein, but there are entries
during 1764–1765 for a number of transactions with Dr. Nathaniel Perkins showing a
close professional relationship between the two physicians at this time. There are
also later entries (e.g. 10 Aug. 1768, 14 May and 24 Dec. 1774) for visits to and