Source of names 1826-1907 : Hunterian Society[1]

  • 2021: Mungo Campbell
  • 2020: no oration due to covid-19 pandemic
  • 2019: Prof David Cooper
  • 2018: W.J. Coker
  • 2017: no oration
  • 2016: Prof Nigel Heaton
  • 2015: Prof Martin Birchall
  • 2014: Prof Martin Mailey
  • 2013: Andrew Leather
  • 2012: Timothy Martin Cox[2]
  • 2010: Michael Crumplin, John Hunter and Medical Aspects of the Peninsular War
  • 2009: Sir Bruce Keogh
  • 2008: Richard Ramsden[3]
  • 2007: John Greenspan[4]
  • 2006: Prof Steven Challacombe
  • 2005: Barry M. Jones, Facial Aesthetic Surgery: The use of scientific principles to optimise outcome and limit risk.
  • 2004: W. Randolph Chitwood, Robotic Cardiac Surgery – In John Hunter’s Shadow
  • 2003: Prof Clement Sledge
  • 2002: William Shand
  • 2000: Prof Gedree Sheldon
  • 1999: Paul Michael Aichroth[5]
  • 1998: Robert Maurice-Williams
  • 1997: Prof Anthony William Goode[6]
  • 1996: Barbara Ansell CBE
  • 1995: Prof Lewis Wolpert
  • 1994: Brian Owen-Smith, Hunter, Hedgehogs and Hibernation[7]
  • 1993: Dame Josephine Barnes [8]
  • 1992: Harvey White
  • 1991: John Kirkup, John Hunter’s Surgical Instruments and Surgical Procedures[9]
  • 1990: Barry Jackson
  • 1989: Raymond M. Kirk
  • 1988: Prof Christopher Wastell, John Hunter – a man of his time[10]
  • 1987: Basil Helal
  • 1986: Elliot Philipp
  • 1985: Douglas Woolf[11]
  • 1984: A. Kingsley-Brown MBE
  • 1983: D. Geraint James
  • 1982: Miss Jessie Dobson
  • 1981: David Hughes
  • 1980: A. Phillips
  • 1979: F.J. Hebbert
  • 1978: Kenneth Owens
  • 1977: Reginald S. Murley
  • 1976: Henry S. Pasmore, John Hunter in Kensington
  • 1975: Sir Gordon Wolstenholme OBE
  • 1974: David Morris
  • 1973: Sir Thomas Holmes Sellors PRCS
  • 1972: George Qvist[12]
  • 1971: Edward F. Stewart
  • 1970: Oliver Garrod MBE
  • 1969: Sir Henry Osmond-Clark CBE
  • 1968: Alistair L. Gunn
  • 1967: Sir Eric Riches
  • 1966: Lt-Gen Sir Robert Drew CBE
  • 1965: Francis E. Camps
  • 1964: Sir Clement Clapton Chesterman OBE[13]
  • 1963: Alexander Ernest Roche[14]
  • 1962 A. Lawrence Abel
  • 1961: Sir Cecil Wakeley KBE
  • 1960: C. Robert Rudolf
  • 1959: Sir Arthur Porritt, John Hunter’s Women[15]
  • 1958 McDonald Critchley
  • 1957 Alec W. Badenoch
  • 1956: Sir Henry Cohen
  • 1955: Lionel E.C. Norbury
  • 1954: Sir Gordon Gordon-Taylor[16]
  • 1953: A. Dickson Wright
  • 1952: George Day, P.P.S. : Pneuma, Psyche, and Soma[17]
  • 1951: William E. Tanner
  • 1950: Sir Daniel T. Davies, John Hunter, the Man and his Message
  • 1949: Sir Heneage Ogilvie KBE
  • 1948: William Sydney Charles Copeman OBE
  • 1947: V. Zachary Cope
  • 1940-46: no oration
  • 1939: Cedric Lane-Roberts, A Plea for the Woman in Gynaecology and Obstetrics[18]
  • 1937: Lord Horder, Hunter, the great Researcher[19]
  • 1936: Sir G. Lenthal Cheatle, John Hunter’s Time and Our Own Time
  • 1935: Prof John Eyre, Undulant Fever; A Retrospect
  • 1934: Basil T. Parsons-Smith, Cardiac Failure in the 18th Century and its Modern Conception[20]
  • 1933: Sir Thomas Crisp English KCMG
  • 1932: J.B. Christopherson
  • 1931: A.E. Mortimer Woolf
  • 1930: J. Campbell McLure, Psychology and the Practice of Medicine[21]
  • 1929: A.W. Sheen CBE
  • 1928: Howard Atwood Kelly 200th Anniversary of Birth of John Hunter.[22]
  • 1928: Anthony Feiling, Sciatica: its varieties and Treatments[23]
  • 1927: Girling Ball, The Value of Modern Methods of Investigation in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Haematuria
  • 1926: George Newman, The Private Practitioner as Pioneer in Preventive Medicine
  • 1925: H. Letheby Tidy, On the Haemorrhagic Diathesis: Angio-Staxis[24]
  • 1924: Sir Sydney R. Wells
  • 1923: Herbert William Carson, The Evolution of the Modern Treatment of Septic Peritonitis[25]
  • 1922: Theodore Thompson, Upon Alimentary Toxaemia in Nervous Disorders[26]
  • 1921: Sir Arbuthnot Lane KCMG
  • 1920: Leonard Hill FRS, On Blood Vessels and Pressure[27]
  • 1919: Hugh Lett CBE
  • 1918: Oliver K. Williamson, On the Symptoms Which Precede and are Associated with General Arterio-Sclerosis[28]
  • 1917: W. Langdon Brown, On the Hunterian Tradition in Cardiac Research[29]
  • 1916: A.S. Currie
  • 1915: Henry Russell Andrews, William Hunter and his Work in Midwifery[30]
  • 1914: Arnold Chaplin
  • 1913: Edward W Goodall, On Serum Sickness[31]
  • 1912: Thomas Oliver Lyon, The Care of Consumptives. A Review and a Forecast.[32]
  • 1911: James H. Sequeira, On the Progress of Dermatology since Hunter’s Time[33]
  • 1910: R. Fortescue Fox, On some Principals in the Treatment of Chronic Disease[34]
  • 1909: William Rawes
  • 1908: William James McCulloch Ettles
  • 1907: Lauriston Elgie Shaw
  • 1906: Alfred Herbert Tubby, Recent Surgical Methods in the Treatment of Certain Types of Paralysis[35]
  • 1905: Francis Rowland Humphreys, Excretion, more Especially in regard to Vicarious Excretion in Bright’s Disease
  • 1904: John Francis Woods, On the Psychic Side of Therapeutics[36]
  • 1903: Thomas Horrocks Openshaw
  • 1902: Arthur Templar Davies, On Organo-Therapy[37]
  • 1901: John Poland, A Retrospect of Surgery During the Past Century[38]
  • 1900: Frederick John Smith, On then and now ; or, the Influence of Modern Surgery upon Medical Practice[39]
  • 1899: Sir Hugh Reeve Beevor, 5th Baronet, On the Declension of Phthisis (Pulmonary Tuberculosis)[40]
  • 1898: Peter Horrocks
  • 1897: Richard Kingston Fox, William Hunter, Anatomist, Physician, Obstetrician[41]
  • 1896: George Newton Pitt, Reflections on John Hunter as a Physician and on his Relation to the Medical Societies of the Last Century[42]
  • 1895: Sir Patrick Manson FRS
  • 1894: James Dundas Grant
  • 1893: John Sell Edmund Cotton
  • 1892: Charters James Symonds[43]
  • 1891: Fletcher Beach, Psychological Medicine in John Hunter’s Time and the Progress it has Since Made[44]
  • 1890: Sir Stephen Mackenzie
  • 1889: George Ernest Herman
  • 1888: Richard Clement Lucas, On the life-work of John Hunter and his Influence on Surgery[45]
  • 1887: Alfred Lewis Galabin, The Etiology of Puerperal Fever[46]
  • 1886: Sir Andrew Clark, 1st Baronet FRS
  • 1885: James Edward Adams
  • 1884: Francis Charlewood Turner
  • 1883: Edward Gillette Gilbert
  • 1882: Robert Fowler, The attributes, professional and social, of the so-called “Family Doctor”
  • 1881: Alfred Henry Smee
  • 1880: Philip Henry Pye-Smith FRS
  • 1879: Walter Rivington
  • 1878: Peter Lodwick Burchell, A Brief Sketch of the Ancient History of Medicine[47]
  • 1877: Walter Moxon
  • 1876: Henry Gawen Sutton
  • 1875: Henry Gervis
  • 1874: John Couper
  • 1873: Arthur Edward Durham
  • 1872: John Hughlings Jackson FRS, The Physiological Aspects of Education[48]
  • 1871: Thomas Boor Crosby, Modern Medicine: has it kept pace in advancement with the times?
  • 1870: Thomas Bryant on Drugs and their Uses[49]
  • 1869: Henry Isaac Fotherby
  • 1868: John Braxton Hicks FRS
  • 1867: William Sedgwick Saunders
  • 1866: Dennis de Berdt Hovell
  • 1865: Jonathan Hutchinson FRS, The Advance of Physic[50]
  • 1864: John Jackson
  • 1863: Robert Barnes
  • 1862: Thomas Bevill Peacock
  • 1861: Sir William Withey Gull FRS
  • 1860: Stephen Henry Ward
  • 1859: Alfred Smee FRS
  • 1858: William Munk
  • 1857: Henry Oldham
  • 1856: Thomas Calloway, jnr[51]
  • 1855: Joseph Ridge
  • 1854: George Owen Rees FRS
  • 1853: Thomas Mee Daldy
  • 1852: William James Little
  • 1851: John Charles Weaver Lever
  • 1850: George Critchett
  • 1849: Sir James Risdon Bennett
  • 1848: Thomas Blizard Curling FRS
  • 1847: George Hilaro Barlow
  • 1846: John Adams
  • 1845: John Thomson
  • 1844: John Hilton
  • 1843: Francis Henry Ramsbotham
  • 1842: Samuel Solly FRS
  • 1841: Samuel Ashwell
  • 1840: Thomas Bell FRS
  • 1839: William Cooke, Minds and the Emotions considered in relation to Health
  • 1838: William Coulson
  • 1837: Benjamin Guy Babington FRS
  • 1836: Bransby Blake Cooper FRS
  • 1832: Archibald Billing FRS
  • 1831: Charles Aston Key
  • 1830: John Tricker Conquest
  • 1829: Benjamin Travers FRS
  • 1828: Benjamin Robinson
  • 1827: William Babington
  • 1826: Sir William Blizard FRS (Inaugural Oration)

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