A New General Biographical Dictionary, Volume 3

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T. Fellowes, 1857 - Biography
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Page 9 - A Series of Engravings, Accompanied with Explanations, Which Are Intended To Illustrate the Morbid Anatomy of Some of the Most Important Parts of the Human Body.
Page 28 - All that Mr. Baker printed was, 1. " Reflections on Learning, shewing the insufficiency thereof in its several particulars, in order to evince the usefulness and necessity of Revelation, London, 1710," which went through eight editions; and Mr. Boswell, in his
Page 343 - A Practical Synopsis of Cutaneous Diseases, according to the arrangement of Dr. Willan, exhibiting a Concise View of the Diagnostic Symptoms, and the Method of Treatment, Lon., 8vo, 3d ed., 1814; 8th ed., 1836.
Page 174 - The Italian Library ; containing an Account of the Lives and Works of the most valuable Authors of Italy ˇwith preface, Lond., 1757, in-8°.
Page 63 - Schoolmaster, containing three books in one : the first teaching Swift Writing ; the second, True Writing ; the third, Fair Writing.
Page 106 - Experimental Researches, concerning the Philosophy of Permanent Colours, and the best means of producing them by Dyeing, Calico-printing, &c.
Page 289 - He received the rudiments of his education at the grammar school of his native place, and thence went to St.
Page 63 - ... and presented therewith an excellent spectacle, by him devised, for the easier reading thereof, wherewith her majesty read all that was written therein with great admiration, and commended the same to the lords of the council, and the ambassadors, and did wear the same many times upon her finger.
Page 196 - ... all who differed in their religious opinions must suffer the vengeance of persecution. In pursuance of this opinion, when popery was abolished in England and the Church of England was established in its stead, severe penalties were inflicted upon all who dissented from the established church. In the time of the civil wars, in the reign of Charles I, the...
Page 391 - Warnborough published The Evidence of Reason in proof of the Immortality of the Soul, independent on the more abstruse inquiry into the nature of matter and spirit— collected from the MSS. of the late Mr. Baxter.

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