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By Edward A. Martin
The gathering is a wide-ranging reference consultant. The six volumes are made from one-paragraph biographies of scientific commute authors drawn from all peoples and areas of the area. The authors are integrated simply because they've got released a publication of shuttle or have left major fabric of ebook strength. a few area is given to travelers from in a foreign country into the quarter represented through the amount.
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By John Lawson (London, 1709). Sabin (1868- 1936) comments 'a more daring piece of plagiarism was never executed'; the title page was new. He recommended some absurd medications: distilled buzzard's feet for sciatica is a quoted example. A group of compositae were named Brickiella in his honour. Briggs, Charles Edward (1833-94). American doctor. Havlice (1987: 1064) draws attention to a travel diary (6 January to 29 March 1858) of the Harvard Medical School graduate who travelled to and from the Azores on a brig.
American doctor. Havlice (1987: 1064) draws attention to a travel diary (6 January to 29 March 1858) of the Harvard Medical School graduate who travelled to and from the Azores on a brig. He went sightseeing in the islands. Briggs, Lloyd Vernon (1864-1941). Boston physician. Aged sixteen, he was studying for entrance exams to Harvard Medical School when he had a haemorrhage from the lungs. Dr Henry I. Bowditch suggested a restful period in Germany or a long sea cruise. His father paid $300, and he set off for 34 Honolulu via Cape Horn on a sailing ship, the Captain giving up his cabin.
American physician. An advocate of slavery. ). He served in the war of 1812 and was wounded in the battle of North Point. He settled in Natchez, Mississippi, in 1822. He wrote much on medical treatments and became well known and successful. He founded the first newspaper in the state. He made an eighteen-month European tour. He developed strong racialist views and incorporated these into his judgements on diseases of black people. In 1851, he was appointed Professor of Diseases of the Negro. His racial theories came to dominate his posthumous reputation.
A Biographical Encyclopedia of Medical Travel Authors: The Americas and Canada by Edward A. Martin