4 edition of Selections from the works of the late J. Warburton Begbie ... Edited by Dyce Duckworth. found in the catalog.
|Series||The New Sydenham society ... [Publications] vol. 100|
|LC Classifications||RC39 B44|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||422|
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Mode of access: Internet Publisher: London, The New Sydenham Society, Year: OAI identifier: oai:quod. Begbie, James Warburton, Selections from the works of the late J. Warburton Begbie. London: The New Sydenham Society, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: James Warburton Begbie; Dyce bart Duckworth, Sir; Milwaukee Academy of Medicine.
ǂb Book. The best of his other papers, published in various medical journals, were reprinted by the New Sydenham Society as 'Selections from the Works of the late J. Warburton Begbie, edited [with a memoir] by Dr.
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Selections from the works of the late J. Edited by D. Duckworth () This book, Selections from the works of the late J. Warburton Begbie, by James Warburton Begbie, Dyce Duckworth, is a replication of a book originally Author: John Selby Watson.
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Warburton Begbie. Selections from the Works of the Late J. Warburton Begbie, M.D. London: New Sydenham Society, Edited by Dyce Duckworth, M.D. Portrait. 8vo, rubricated edges, blind stamped and decoratively gilt brown cloth. London: New Sydenham Society, Very good (+).
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The New Sydenham Society (Publications), Volume - Published: His Works were edited with a biographical preface by Bishop Hurd (7 vols., ; new ed., 12 vols., ; the expense was borne by Warburton’s widow). Supplementary to this edition are the Tracts by Warburton and a Warburtonian (); Letters (Kidderminster, ; 2d ed., London, ); Selections from the Unpublished Papers of Warburton ().
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Warburton's copies of several of the works were unique, and the loss was thus irreparable. Warburton died at his apartments in the College of Arms, Doctors' Commons, London, his usual place of residence, on 11 Mayand was buried in the south aisle of St.
Benet's Church, Paul's Wharf, London, on 17 May. For Love Of The Arts: A History of the Arts Council of South Australia by Warburton, Elizabeth and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. The life and death of our dear and esteemed friend, the late Mr.
Warburton, proclaim this truth as with trumpet tongue to those who have ears to hear, and write it up, as with a ray of light, to those who have eyes to see how great are the signs of the Lord, and how .James Warburton was born in in Bickerton, Cheshire and was christened on 24 Dec in Malpas, St Oswald, Cheshire.
15 F iv. Mary Warburton was born in in Bickerton, Cheshire and was christened on 1 Nov in Malpas, Cheshire. 16 F v. Sarah Warburton was born about in Bickerton, Cheshire and was christened on 6 Nov in.Some Early Warburton/Warbington's By Virginia Weeks Warbington Ma at A possible progenitor of earliest record was a british yeoman, Robert Worbenton, who on September 2, bound himself to David Warren, a mariner, to serve four years in left from the city of Bristol, England, where he is recorded in the manuscript volumes entitled "Servants to Foreign.