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Sir William Turner

a chapter in medical history

by A. Logan Turner

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Published by William Blackwood in Edinburgh .
Written in English

  • Physicians

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    Statementby A. Logan Turner
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 514 pages :
    Number of Pages514
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26408103M

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TURNER, WILLIAM (b Lancaster, England, 7 January ; d Edinburgh, Scotland, 15 February )anatomy, academic administration. William Turner was a son of the cabinetmaker.

The father died inand the boy was brought up in poor circumstances by his mother (Née margaret Aldren), a woman of strong character and simple was educated at a private school and apprenticed at. Walton, Sir William (Turner)Walton, Sir William (Turner), eminent English composer; b.

Oldham, Lancashire, March 29, ; d. Ischia, Italy, March 8, Both his parents were professional singers, and Walton himself had a fine singing voice as a youth; he entered the Cathedral Choir School at Christ Church, Oxford, and began to compose choral pieces for performance.

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In his book, The Surnames of Scotland and Their Origin, Meaning, Kirkleatham Hall, birthplace of Sir William Turner (Lord Mayor of London in ), his father John bought the estate in and.

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Joseph Mallord William Turner was born on 23 April and baptised on 14 May. He was born in Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, in London, England. His father, William Turner (–21 September ), was a barber and wig maker. His mother, Mary Marshall, came from a family of butchers. A younger sister, Mary Ann, was born in September but died in August Education: Royal Academy of Arts.

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Turner was seventy years old when Whalers debuted to mixed reviews at the Royal Academy exhibition of Its subject proved elusive, as the English novelist William Thackeray observed: "That is not a smear of purple you see yonder, but a beautiful whale, whose tail has just slapped a half-dozen whale-boats into perdition; and as for what you fancied to be a few zig-zag lines spattered on.

Peace: Burial at Sea of the Body of Sir David Wilkie By J.M.W. Turner R.A. () In the Tate Gallery, London Amid all his various claims to greatness, Turner possessed in supreme measure the power of reproducing in the mind of the spectator the impression which he himself received from any scene he chose to depict.

May 28,  · Year Books of Edward II. by Frederic William Maitland, William Craddock Bolland, G J Turner, Sir Paul Vinogradoff, Ludwik Ehrlich. Publication date Publisher Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Notes. French or Latin text with English translation on opposite. The Cell Theory, Past and Present by William Turner,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Robert Crosse was born in Charlinch, Somerset, England abt He was the son of William Crosse () and Anghard Ellis Crosse ().

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William Turner, Dean of Wells's Geni Profile. Contact profile manager; View family tree The medical bias of the book was particularly marked, Turner intending it for use by apothecaries or laymen with medical interests.

The preface to The Names of Herbes and his letter appealing for patronage to Sir William Cecil () indicate that he Children: Peter Turner, Winifred Turner, Elizabeth Turner.

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Sir William de Brereton, born at Egerton on the feast of St. Valentine,baptised Malpas, a knight indied Children: Sir William de Brereton, Eleanor (Elizabeth) Savage, Margery Brereton, John Brereton, Joan Brereton. Joseph Mallord William Turner was born, it is thought, on 23 April at 21 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London, the son of William Turner (–), a barber and wig-maker, and his wife Mary, née Marshall (–).

Sir William Turner Walton, OM (29 March – 8 March ) was an English composer. During a 60 year career, he wrote music in several classical genres and styles, from film scores to opera.

His best-known works include Façade, the cantata Belshazzar's Feast, the Viola Concerto, the First Symphony, and the British coronation anthems Crown Imperial and Orb and Sceptre. William Turner was born on 23 October to Charles and Charlotte May Johnson Turner in Everton, Liverpool, Lancashire, England.

William’s father Charles was a Liverpool sea captain, and his mother Charlotte came from a respectable cotton mill-owning family, the Johnsons. Turner was born in Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London, England.

His father, William Gay Turner (27 January – 7 August ), was a barber and wig maker. His mother, Mary Marshall, became increasingly mentally unstable, perhaps, in part, due to the early death of.

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v.], the watercolourist, to settle near them. Mrs. Turner and four of her daughters became pupils, and Turner himself not only a patron.

Jul 21,  · TURNER, SIR WILLIAM (–), British anatomist, was born at Lancaster Jan. 7 He was educated at various private schools, and afterwards studied medicine at St.

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Challenger during the years Sir William Turner, K.C.B., F.R.S., professor of anatomy and Principal and Vice-chancellor of the University of.TURNER, William (by ), of Kew, Surr., Wells, Som. and London. not mentioned in the wills of either Sir Thomas Wentworth I, 1st Lord Wentworth, who died inor of his father Sir Richard, Turner was a protégé of that in he asked ‘who hath deserved better to have my book of herbs to be given to him than he whose father.