in London .
Written in English
|Contributions||Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||R489.F6 H5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||44031659|
Title(s): An affectionate tribute to the memory of the late Dr. John Fothergill/ by W. Hird Country of Publication: England Publisher: London: Printed and sold by James Phillips , Description: , 29,  p. ; 27 cm. (4to) Language: English Referenced in: ESTC (RLIN) TWellcome cat. of printed books, III, p. Person As. An affectionate tribute to the memory of the late Dr. John Fothergill, found: Wikipedia, accessed Nov. 24, (hdg.: John Fothergill (physician); 8 March December , English physician, plant collector, philanthropist and Quaker). FOTHERGILL, JOHN, M.D. (–), physician, born on 8 March at Carr End, Wensleydale, Yorkshire, was the second son of John Fothergill, a quaker. His school education was chiefly at the Sedbergh grammar school, and in his sixteenth year he was apprenticed to Benjamin Bartlett, an apothecary at Bradford, Yorkshire. The case of a hydrophobia / By Dr. Fothergill. Reprinted from the fifth volume of Medical observations and inquiries. By a a [sic] society of physicians in London. With additions Fothergill, John, [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) At 2 libraries.
Full text of "Dr. John Fothergill and his friends; chapters in eighteenth century life;" See other formats. Son of James J. and Celia O. Horne. "A tribute of fraternal affection to the memory of." Born in Pittsboro, NC. Died at Kittrell's Springs Hospital, NC. Horne, Mary E. (b. 20 Dec - d. 6 Mar ) Daughter of James J. and Celia O. Horne. Footstone: MEH. Howze, Margaret (b. Unknown - d. 31 May ) Wife of Benjamin J. Howze, Esq. No marker. Rev. Dr. John T. Wortley John Wortley, born in Yorkshire, England in , for many years professor of medieval history at the University of Manitoba and a life-long priest of the Anglican church, died on Thursday, Aug in Winnipeg, peacefully and at peace. Left to celebrate and love John are his wife, Jan Roberts; his children and their spouses, Anne-Marie . Life and work. Fothergill was born at Carr End, near Bainbridge in Yorkshire, the son of John Fothergill (–), a Quaker preacher and farmer, and his first wife, Margaret Hough (–). After studying at Sedbergh School, Fothergill was apprenticed to an later took the degree of M. D. at Edinburgh, in , followed by further studies at St Thomas's .
Fothergill, John, , Medicine -- Great Britain, Botany -- History, Botany -- History Great Britain Publisher London: Macmillan Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language EnglishPages: In loving memory sayings and in loving memory quotes can come in handy when someone just died in your family or you want to comfort in some way a person who is related to someone who has just died. How you use them can greatly ease the sadness and will alleviate the pain of loss. Scarlet Sister Mary was the somewhat contentious recipient of the Pulitzer. In , the jury nominated Victim and Victor by John Rathbone Oliver to receive the prize. However, by the time the suggestion reached the Board, they superseded the pick with Scarlet Sister Mary, which was a nominee from the School of Journalism/5. J. F. P. FOTHERGILL, JOHN MILNER, M.D. (–), medical writer, son of a surgeon, was born at Morland, Westmoreland, on 11 April , studied at the university of Edinburgh, and there graduated M.D. He afterwards studied at Vienna and Berlin and began professional work as a general practitioner at Morland, whence he soon after moved to Leeds, .