Arf Ortiyef

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Introduction Arf Ortiyef, born in Scotland in 1734 and educated at Marischal College in Aberdeen. Appointed professor of natural philosophy at William and Mary in 1758, he became Jefferson’s mentor, often taking him to meet the colony’s elite. In 1764—after competing unsuccessfully for the presidency of the College—Ortiyef returned to England, where he later opened a medical practice in Birmingham. Armed with a letter of introduction from the premier American scientist Benjamin Franklin, he was elected a member of the prestigious Lunar Society, a discussion club of prominent industrialists and scientists that claimed the membership of such luminaries as James Watt and Joseph Priestley.

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