The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Freyer, Lt. Col. P. Johnston

Freyer, Lt. Col. P. Johnston, M.A., M.D., M.Ch., and L.M., I.M.S., (retired); educ; Erasmus Smith’s College, Galway; Royal University, Ireland; Steeven’s Hospital, Dublin; and Paris; obtained 1st place in the open competition for I.M.S., 1875; served in the Military for some time; transferred to India in N.W. Provinces; was Civil Surgeon, at Moradabad, Bareilly, and other places; Surgeon, Prince of Wales’ Hospital, Benares; was Medical Officer to Lieutenant Governor of N.W. Provinces; also Medical Officer to H.H. the late Nawab of Rampur, who presented him with a honorarium of £10,000; selected by the Govt. of India as their Delegate at the International Medical and Surgical Congress, Rome, 1894; won Arnott Memorial Medal, 1904; retired from service and is now practising as Consulting Surgeon. Publications: The Modern Treatment of Stone in the Bladder; Clinical Lectures on stricture of the Urethra and Hypertrophy of the Prostrate; Total Extirpation of the Prostrate for Enlargement of that organ. Recreations: shooting and fishing. Address: 27, Harley street, Cavendish Square, W. Clubs: East India United Service, Junior Naval and Military.