Andrew Bain, M.D., was born in the neighbourhood of Edinburgh, and educated in the university of that city, where he graduated doctor of medicine 24th June, 1780 (D.M.I. de Causis Febrium). He commenced his medical career at Bath, where he practised with distinguished success for several years. Removing to London, he was admitted a Licentiate of the College of Physicians 12th April, 1802, and a Fellow, speciali gratiâ, 25th June, 1813. Dr. Bain was gazetted physician extraordinary to the Prince Regent in 1811. He withdrew from London in 1820, and retired to his seat, Heffleton, co. Dorset, where he died on the 30th April, 1827.