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Lincolnshire History and Archaeology 1978 Vol 13;: The Society for

The Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology; editor R W Ambler; D N Riley; P Chowne; H Bishop; H Hajzyk; J K Gruenfelder; J T Lewis J R Samuels; C M Wilson; Sir Francis Hill; A J White

Published by The Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology (1978)

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Item Description: The Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology, 1978. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Edition Unstated. Clean crisp covers and sound binding. Articles include: Risby Warren, An Occupation Site from the Mesolithic to the Early Bronze Age by D N Riley; Billingborough Bronze Age Settlement: An Interim Note by Peter Chowne; Excavations of the Church of SS Peter and Paul, Healing, South Humberside by Hal Bishop; Notes and Documents: A Second Jewish Scola in Lincoln by C P C Johnson; Book Reviews; Some Little-known Ladies of Lincolnshire 1603-1640 by Helena Hajzyk; Boston's Early Stuart Elections, 1604-1640 by John K Gruenfelder; The 'Roman Bridge' at Scawby by M J T Lewis and J R Samuels; Industrial Archaeology Notes 1977 Compiled by Catherine M Wilson: Auborn, Watermill; Barton-Upon-Humber, Humber Mill, Stuart Holm; East Lincolnshire Railway, Crossing Keeper's Cottages on the SouthernSection, N R Wright; Grantham, Bridges at Belton Lane and St Catherine's Road; Long Sutton, Sneath's Mill, J A Sass; Tattershall Bridge; Brigg, Sergeant's Brewery; From Canon Foster to the Lincolnshire Archives Office by Sir Francis Hill; Archaeology in Linolnshire and South Humberside, 1977 compiled by A J White: Sites and Finds; Thorneholme Priory, Appleby, G Coppack; St Chad's, Barrow-on-Humber, J B Whitwell; Human Bones and Pottery from Hrayingham, M Harman and J Samuels; Great Gonerby, J Dable; Grimsby, Weelsby Avenue; J A Sills & G Kinsley; Heckington Village trust - Field Survey, J Pinchbeck; Hibaldstow, Staniwells Farm, R F Smith; Kirkstead, A J White; Lincoln Aqueduct, K F Wood; Lincoln, Bishop Grosseteste College, P Rollin; Lincoln, Flaxengate, R M Jones and D Perring; Lincoln St Mark's, M J Jones and B J J Gilmour; Lincoln, Westgate/West Bight, M J Jones, B J J Gilmour, R H Jones; Lincoln Miscellaeous Sites, M J Jones; Lincoln, St-Paul-In-the-Bail, M J Jones; Lincoln, Vicars' Court, A J White; Sapperton, B B Simmons; St Lawrence Church, Burnham, Thornton Curtis, G Coppack; West Ashby, N Field; West Ashby, Cremation Pit, N Field; Aerial Reconnaisance in North Lincolnshire, P Everson; A Bronze Age Urn From Caistor, J B Whitwell; A Celtic Duck Ring from Claxby-By-Alford; A Roman Eagle's head from walesby, T M Ambrose; Two Hoards of Silver Denarh, A J White; A New Roman Rider-Relief From Stragglethorpe, T M Ambrose; Two Anglo-Saxon Cruciform Brooches, P Everson; Medieval Grimston Ware from South Lincolnshire, R Hilary Healey; Applique Face-Jug from Motherby Hill, Lincoln; a Group of Funeray Chalices from Walmsgate, A J White; A Pilrimage Badge from Nettleham, A J White; An Unusual Quern from Langriville, A J White. No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. ISBN: 0904680096. ISBN/EAN: 9780904680096. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50115080026. Bookseller Inventory # 50115080026

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Item Description: Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 241 x 183 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1859 Excerpt: .G Stewart, J G Taylor, W H Thomson, --Tripp, J B Wallis, --Watache, A Watson, C Watson, C C Weston, R de B Wigstrome, F Williams, W Wilson, C B Worsley. BALLAARAT CLUB. President, S T Clissold; Vice-President, D Sweeny; Treasurer, A Drury; Secretary, J R Gardner. DAISY HILL (AMHERST) CLUB. Secretary, Thomas Evans. S J Adams, W Allen, H Bailey, W H Bradsdaw, W Bunster, G Chapman, J Charlesworth, R Clarke, W Clarke, J Cook, W Connell, A Cowley, J Cowley, P C Crespigney, C Davies, W Duke, S Dunn, P Dunweddy, T Evans, D Flower, A Freestone, J Freestone, sen., J Freestone, jun., W Freestone, W Hackett, C Haigh, R Hamilton, J Hicks, H Jones, J Jones, J Law, D Lincoln, T Mayne, LOCKWOOD FARMERS CLUB. President, J Warren; Vice-President, G Ratcliffe; Treasurer, W Warren; Secretary, N Ratcliffe. Address, Lockwood. W Ackennann, M Ballerby, B Bone, iun., J Broadway, F Brown, J Burchell, D Campbell, W Charleswor th, F Cookson, E Crofts, J S Crofts.N J Donnelly, W Dressier, G Elliott, J Ellis, W Elton, B Espie, J Espie, S Espie, / H Gould, J W Gower, H Harper, J Hasker, J Hemming, S Henry, M Henry, I Henry, G Hollingworth, G House, H Jackson, W James, H Jephson, J Johnson, A Johnston, J Jones, J Kilgour, G Nicholas, G Price, B Rankin, N Batcliffe, G Ratcliffe, S Rea, C Sayer, J Sayer, W Silke, C B Skinner, E Stone, A Stone, J Sutcliffe, G Turnbull, A Warren, W Warren, J Warren, W Winzar, C Wright. MYERS FLAT CLUB. President, J Lester; Vice-President, Benjamin Cole; Treasurer, W Greenwell; Secretary, C. H. Collier, Bendigo. J Booth, T Booth, W Brookes, A Brown, J Brown, W Bruce, D Burgess, E Busbridge, B Cole, C H Collier, W Fisher, W Greenwell, M Hands, T C Higgs, W Higgs, H Ives, P Kennedy, J Lester, C Leanny, M Oates, B Prince, W Prior, W H Rayner, C Roberts, A Stark, Bookseller Inventory # APC9781130153217

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Item Description: RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 32 pages. Dimensions: 9.5in. x 7.2in. x 0.3in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1859 Excerpt: . . . G Stewart, J G Taylor, W H Thomson, --Tripp, J B Wallis, --Watache, A Watson, C Watson, C C Weston, R de B Wigstrome, F Williams, W Wilson, C B Worsley. BALLAARAT CLUB. President, S T Clissold; Vice-President, D Sweeny; Treasurer, A Drury; Secretary, J R Gardner. DAISY HILL (AMHERST) CLUB. Secretary, Thomas Evans. S J Adams, W Allen, H Bailey, W H Bradsdaw, W Bunster, G Chapman, J Charlesworth, R Clarke, W Clarke, J Cook, W Connell, A Cowley, J Cowley, P C Crespigney, C Davies, W Duke, S Dunn, P Dunweddy, T Evans, D Flower, A Freestone, J Freestone, sen. , J Freestone, jun. , W Freestone, W Hackett, C Haigh, R Hamilton, J Hicks, H Jones, J Jones, J Law, D Lincoln, T Mayne, LOCKWOOD FARMERS CLUB. President, J Warren; Vice-President, G Ratcliffe; Treasurer, W Warren; Secretary, N Ratcliffe. Address, Lockwood. W Ackennann, M Ballerby, B Bone, iun. , J Broadway, F Brown, J Burchell, D Campbell, W Charlesworth, F Cookson, E Crofts, J S Crofts. N J Donnelly, W Dressier, G Elliott, J Ellis, W Elton, B Espie, J Espie, S Espie, H Gould, J W Gower, H Harper, J Hasker, J Hemming, S Henry, M Henry, I Henry, G Hollingworth, G House, H Jackson, W James, H Jephson, J Johnson, A Johnston, J Jones, J Kilgour, G Nicholas, G Price, B Rankin, N Batcliffe, G Ratcliffe, S Rea, C Sayer, J Sayer, W Silke, C B Skinner, E Stone, A Stone, J Sutcliffe, G Turnbull, A Warren, W Warren, J Warren, W Winzar, C Wright. MYERS FLAT CLUB. President, J Lester; Vice-President, Benjamin Cole; Treasurer, W Greenwell; Secretary, C. H. Collier, Bendigo. J Booth, T Booth, W Brookes, A Brown, J Brown, W Bruce, D Burgess, E Busbridge, B Cole, C H Collier, W Fisher, W Greenwell, M Hands, T C Higgs, W Higgs, H Ives, P Kennedy, J Lester, C Leanny, M Oates, B Prince, W Prior, W H Rayner, C Roberts, A Stark, . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781130153217

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Cranston, James Herbert

Published by Ryerson, Toronto (1953)

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Item Description: Ryerson, Toronto, 1953. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good ++. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Octavo. The author of these 188 pages begins by introducing us to his file of newspaper clippings that record his Ontario writing career. You will find connections to the: Kingston Whig-Standard, Midland Free Press, Strathroy Age-Dispatch, North Bay Nugget, Hamilton Morning Post, Toronto Evening Globe, London Free Press, Stratford Beacon-Herald, Port Hope Times, Grimsby Independent, Pickering News, Collingwood Bulletin, Galt Reporter, Woodstock Sentinel-Review, and Hespeler Herald. UNillustrated. Read more about : Star weekly, freelance, cub-reporter, Demon Rum, rotogravure, and pen-name. FIND out more about cartoonist Jimmy Frise and which famous Canadian artists (and one American writer) worked first in the Toronto newspaper game. Cond : Boards are blue with dark blue lettering -spine only. White end-papers with name of p/o. Volume is tight, bright, clean and square. D.J. is black with red decoration and white lettering. D.J. has portrait of J.H.C. at retirement age. D./J. lightly tattered -esp. at spine top and tail. Volume has no marks nor tears. Collectible Canadiana ! ! Quote (p. 55) : " Chorus girls are always more newsworthy than politicians - except when the two get mixed up together - and I was at Ottawa at the time of the trial of Harry K. Thaw, New York millionaire playboy, who shot Stamford White , wealthy architect , for becoming too ._._._. .". Bookseller Inventory # 006647

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URIST, Marshall R. & Robert W. Johnson, Jr.

Published by The American Orthopaedic Association, N.P. (1943)

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Item Description: The American Orthopaedic Association, N.P., 1943. 52 pp., with 30 figures in the text. 8vo. Rubber stamped signature of J.B. de C.M. Saunders, numbers, and presentation by author on front cover. on front cover. A very good copy. Orig. printed wrapps., stapled as issued Reprinted fromThe Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Vol. XXV, No. 2, pp. 375-426, April, 1943. Bookseller Inventory # 7989

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E.R. Doods

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Item Description: Read Books. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., Journal And Letters Of Stephen Mackenna, E.R. Doods, JOURNAL AND LETTERS OF STEPHEN MAGKENNA EDITED WITH A MJEVCOIR BV E. R. DODDS AND A PREFACE BY LONDON CONSTABLE fif GO LTD 1936 PUBLISHED BY Constable and Company Ltd. LONDON The Macmillan Company of Canada, Limited TORONTO PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN BY ROBERT MACLVHOSX AND CO. LTI. THE t NXVBKStrV FRBSS, GLASGOW Stephen MacKenna at forty. Fromanoilpaintii byAmyDn cker. TO ALL THOSE FRIENDS OF STEPHEN MACKENNA WHO HAVE SPENT TIME AND TROUBLE IN PROVIDING MATERIAL FOR THIS BOOK J AND IN PARTICULAR TO TWO PERSONS WITHOUT WHOSE HELP ITS PREPARATION WOULD HAVE BEEN IMPOSSIBLE MARGARET NUNN AND SIR ERNEST DEBENHAM CONTENTS PAGE PREFACE, BY PADRAIC GOLLJM - xi MEMOIR, BY E. R. DODDS I JOURNAL gi LETTERS ---. INDEX LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS STEPHEN MACKENNA AT FORTY. FROM AN OIL PAINT ING BY AMY DRUCKER - Frontispiece FACING PAGE STEPHEN MACKENNA TALKING IN A PARIS CAF. FROM A PHOTOGRAPH 40 STEPHEN AND MARIE MAGKENNA IN THEIR GARDEN AT SEAVIEW TERRACE. FROM AN OIL PAINTING BY MARY DUNCAN l8o STEPHEN MACKENNA AT SIXTY. FROM A PHOTOGRAPH PREFACE liv PADR. VO COLT M T HE first time 1 saw Stephen MacKenna was in the office of the Freemans Journal in one of the shabby dens in which a leader-writer confined himself between n p. m. and 2 a. m. He entered the den and was startled to see me waiting there he did not know who I was, and it seemed that I bore a striking resemblance to a friend of his who was dead to Lionel Johnson. He got over his sur prise, and I told him my name and mentioned that Arthur Griffith had told me I ought to step in to see him when I happened to be in the Freeman office at night Stephen MacKcnna had only recently come back to Dublin, and I was then doing an occasional literaryarticle for the Freeman. As I walked home after my talk with him I felt that Stephen MacKenna was one of the most extraordinary persons I had ever met extraordinary, but winning. The trait that mainly impressed me was his eloquence. dont mean to say that he had burst into oratory or had declaimed anything. But his was a speech that was ready and apt, original and witty his mind was like a violin string, his voice vivacious and many-cadenced, often taking on the mounting enunciation of the Gaelic speaker Yet this was not a public man he was diffident, with a courtesy that respected the personality of others I sup pose he was about forty at the time, with blue-black hair, an odd face that showed marked check-bones, an open mouth covered with a moustache and quickly-moving dark eyes a face that had rapid changes of expression I thought that perhaps he was an aloof and fitful man who, because he was ao natively Irish, could be a indeed he was gay and companionable After that first meeting I used oftca to see him at night in the office, He wrote leadens, as I have said not on XI. Bookseller Inventory # B9781406725322

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Chester White Swine Association

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Item Description: Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 Excerpt: .Giant s Model 99361. Nov. 16. 1920. Owner or sow when bred, L. L. Lyle. Owner or sire when used. L. L. Lyle. ROYAL LADY 3RD--211060. From Fred S. Illme-hauch, Estherville, la., to Chas. Laschen. Es-therville, la., Jan. 19, 1921. Bred to Warrior 79137, Nov. 10. 1920. Owner or sow when bred, Fred s. Hlmebauch. Owner of sire when used, Fred s. Ilimehauch. ROYAL LADY 4TH--176650. From O. L. Hauler. Waterloo, la., to Henry Albrecht. Fall-bank. la. Jan. 17, 1920. Bred to March On 81165. Dec. 20, 1919. Owner or sow when bred, O.! I lamer, owner sire when used, Hanier Bros. ROYAL LADY 4TH--211618. From J.4. Reber. Burr, Minn., to J. L. Johnson, Canbv. Minn. Jan. 29, 1921. Hied to Wildwood Giant 7129 . Nov. 23, 1920. Owner of sow when bred. J. s. Rebcr. owner or sire when used, J. s. Heber. ROYAL MAID--131664. From Weddle Bros. Franklin. Ind. to O. M. Uudisell. Irquols, III., Feb. I, 192I. Bred to Big Bone Prince Jr 99377, Nov. 26, 1920. Owner or sow when bred, Weddle Bros. ROYAL MAID--131664. From J. Weddle ic Son, Franklin, Ind. to Weddle Bros. Franklin. Ind., Sept. 1, 1919. Bred to Eden Valley Chli-r 46115, Aug. 18, 1919. Owner sow when bred. J. C. Weddle Son. Owner sire when used, J. Weddle Son. From J. II. NordhansKnrlght. Manson. la. Vlncennes, Ind., to Roy Pea, Decker, Ind., Aug. 13, 1920. Bred to St. Valentine 4 5S55, Mav 12. 1920. Owner or sow when bred, P. L. Johnson. Owner of sire when used, P. L. Johnson. SALLIE 46--180648. From S. 3. Howard. Henderson, Ky., to G. II. Jones. Austin. Ky., Feb. 2I, 1921. Bred to Prince Bone 53609. Dec. 22, 1920. Owner sow when bred, S. J. Howard. Owner or sire when used, s. J. Howard. SALLIE GIRL--1 790. Fro. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781130085662

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Item Description: RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 178 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.4in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 Excerpt: . . . Giants Model 99361. Nov. 16. 1920. Owner or sow when bred, L. L. Lyle. Owner or sire when used. L. L. Lyle. ROYAL LADY 3RD--211060. From Fred S. Illme-hauch, Estherville, la. , to Chas. Laschen. Es-therville, la. , Jan. 19, 1921. Bred to Warrior 79137, Nov. 10. 1920. Owner or sow when bred, Fred s. Hlmebauch. Owner of sire when used, Fred s. Ilimehauch. ROYAL LADY 4TH--176650. From O. L. Hauler. Waterloo, la. , to Henry Albrecht. Fall-bank. la. . Jan. 17, 1920. Bred to March On 81165. Dec. 20, 1919. Owner or sow when bred, O. ! . I lamer, owner sire when used, Hanier Bros. ROYAL LADY 4TH--211618. From J. . 4. Reber. Burr, Minn. , to J. L. Johnson, Canbv. Minn. . Jan. 29, 1921. Hied to Wildwood Giant 7129. . Nov. 23, 1920. Owner of sow when bred. J. s. Rebcr. owner or sire when used, J. s. Heber. ROYAL MAID--131664. From Weddle Bros. . Franklin. Ind. . to O. M. Uudisell. Irquols, III. , Feb. I, 192I. Bred to Big Bone Prince Jr 99377, Nov. 26, 1920. Owner or sow when bred, Weddle Bros. ROYAL MAID--131664. From J. Weddle ic Son, Franklin, Ind. . to Weddle Bros. . Franklin. Ind. , Sept. 1, 1919. Bred to Eden Valley Chli-r 46115, Aug. 18, 1919. Owner sow when bred. J. C. Weddle and Son. Owner sire when used, J. Weddle and Son. From J. II. NordhansKnrlght. Manson. la. Vlncennes, Ind. , to Roy Pea, Decker, Ind. , Aug. 13, 1920. Bred to St. Valentine 4 5S55, Mav 12. 1920. Owner or sow when bred, P. L. Johnson. Owner of sire when used, P. L. Johnson. SALLIE 46--180648. From S. 3. Howard. Henderson, Ky. , to G. II. Jones. Austin. Ky. , Feb. 2I, 1921. Bred to Prince Bone 53609. Dec. 22, 1920. Owner sow when bred, S. J. Howard. Owner or sire when used, s. J. Howard. SALLIE GIRL--1790. Fro. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781130085662

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Fox, H. Munro; editor:

Published by Cambridge University Press 1942-43, Cambridge (1942)

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Item Description: Cambridge University Press 1942-43, Cambridge, 1942. Half-cloth Binder's half-cloth. Minor rubbing, VG. Textual diagrams 25x18cm, 337 + 183 pp, Two volumes [17 & 18] bound as one. Contains 24 papers. Includes [Vol. 17]: E.J.W. Barrington "Gastric Digestion in the Lower Vertebrates"; H.M. Kalckar "The Role of Phosphate in Cellular Assimilations"; D. Lewis "The Evolution of Sex in Flowering Plants"; F.H.A. Marshall "Exteroceptive Factors in Sexual Periodicity"; L. H. Kleinholz "Hormones in Crustacea"; H. Waring "The Co-ordination of Vertebrate Melanophore Responses"; C.G. Johnson "Insect Survival in Relation to the Rate of Water Loss"; R.S. Dow "The Evolution & Anatomy of the Cerebellum"; H.W. Harvey "Production of Life in the Sea"; F.R. Lillie "On the Development of Feathers"; R.W. Haines "The Evolution of Epiphyses & of Endochondral Bone"; D.L. Gunn "Body Temperature in Poikilothermal Animals"; H. Honigmann "The Number Conception in Animal Psychology"; [Vol.18] M. Hines "Control of Movements by the Cerebral Cortex in Primates"; K. Mather "Polygenic Inheritance & Natural Selection"; E.V. Watson "The Dynamic Approach to Plant Structure & its Relation to Modern Taxonomic Botany"; T.S. Westoll "The Origin of the Tetrapods"; A.K. Miller "Cambro- Ordovician Cephalapods": A.H.K. Petrie "Protein Synthesis in Plants"; W.L. Doyle "The Nutrition of the Protozoa"; C.A. Hoare "Biological Races in Parasitic Protozoa"; K.S.G. Cartwright & W.P.K. Findlay "Timber Decay"; W. E. Brenchley "Minor Elements & Plant Growth"; L.C. Beadle "Osmotic Regulation & the Faunas of Inland Waters". Binder's half-cloth. Minor rubbing, VG. Bookseller Inventory # 007781

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Bennett, Sir William

Published by Longmans, Green and Co, London, New York (1905)

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Item Description: Longmans, Green and Co, London, New York, 1905. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. B006Q3L7DO 29 pages, illustrated, An early 20th century classic on knee joint by SIR WILLIAM BENNETT, K.C.V.O., F.R.C.S (1852-1932) Consulting Surgeon, St. George's Hospital. He formed a group of very prominent surgeons in London practice about the beginning and early years of the century and a personality with rather unusual characteristics and interests. William Henry Bennett was, like some other St. George's men of distinction-Sir Benjamin Brodie, Thomas Tatum, the surgeon, and Fielding Blandford the alienist-a Wiltshire man, and was born in 1852 as the son of William Francis Bennett of Chilmark, near Salisbury. After working for a year with an able general practitioner in the country, he entered the Medical School of St. George's Hospital on September 16th, 1869, the school buildings of which had, in the previous year, been removed from Kinnerton Street to their present site. His career as a student was marked by gaining the Henry Charles Johnson prize for anatomy in 1871, which carried with it the paid post of demonstrator of anatomy in the winner's third year, the Treasurer's prize and the third-year proficiency prize in 1872, the Treasurer's prize again in 1873, and the William Brown 100 exhibition in 1875. In 1871 he was one of a number of St. George's men who started the shortlived London Studentts' Journal, edited by another St. George's man. Qualifying as M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. in 1873, he obtained the F.R.C.S. in 1877, in which year he succeeded J. H. Morgan as surgical registrar to the hospital, and had a consulting room at 5, Savile Row, then a select professional address. Isambard Owen, his colleague as medical registrar, was knighted in 1902, the year after Bennett became Sir William. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # LV-E07D-E6JQ

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Item Description: NEW HAVEN CONNECTICUT CT, 1837. Leather. Book Condition: Good+. On offer is an 1837 Manuscript Friendship Book Autograph Album owned by Edmund Terry of Yale College as evidenced by the handwritten inscription "Belonging to Edmund Terry Yale-College. July 3rd 1837." on the fep. Approximately 120 pages with sentiments and signatures on over 90 pages including: Jos. Darling Hull, New Haven; Wm. Russell, Stratford Conn.; George B. Morse "of the unprecedented class of 37. Remember Judge Dagget"; Geo. Duffield Jr.; Geo. T. Spencer Deep River Conn.; Wm. Maxwell Evarts Boston (1818-1901) U.S. lawyer & statesman, went to England during the Civil War in an effort to halt, if possible the building and equipping of Confederate navy vessels.U.S. Senator from New York, Attorney General in Andrew Johnson's cabinet, President Hayes' Secretary of State (DAB); W.S. Scarborough Brooklyn Conn.; Walter G. Hatch New York; A.B. Robeson Walpole N.H.; James D. Whelpley New Haven; George Wm. Cooke Waterbury Ct.; Henry Williams Savannah Geo. (pencil notation: 'the devil's.minister"); Wm. Fabian Law Savannah Geo.(author of the commemorative 1845 pamphlet "Eulogy, upon the life and character of the late General Charles R. Floyd, pronounced before the officers and privates of the First Regiment - First Brigade - G.M. on Tuesday, 22d, July 1845") ; William M. Birchard Lebanon Ct.; Wm. W. Selfridge; Phil Davenport; Phineas Blakeman; David J. Mills New York; James Cowles Colebrook Ct.; Wm. H. Sheldon; Myron N. Morris Warren Conn, one of the mid-19th century pastors of the Congregational First Church of Christ in West Hartford Ct.; Wm. Barlow Baldwin New Haven; Isaac Jennings Derby Ct.; S.B. Hall Milford Del.; O.W. Mather Windsor Ct.; Charles Backe Hartford Conn.; D. B. Cox; C. B. Palmer Stonington Ct.; W.P. Eaton Plainfied; W.G. Caperton, possibly the pioneer Texas preacher of that name; Allen Ferdinand Owen (1819-1865) Southern U.S. politician and lawyer, served in Congress; Chester L. Lyman Manchester Conn.; William Randolph Randall Cortland N.Y.; Frederick A. Coe Greenwich Conn.; Philo Ruggles Hurd New Mulford Ct., preacher; Thomas Tallman Middle Haddam Ct., Congregational Church pastor; Rob't C. Learned New London Conn. Congregational Church pastor; William Coit, Griswold Conn.; Morrison Remick Waite, (1816-1888) was the Chief Justice of the United States from 1874 to 1888, of Lyme Conn.-even though he was not thought of highly by the political hoi-polloi, he was one of the Peabody Trustees of Southern Education and was a vocal advocate to aiding schools for the education of blacks in the south-he had been appointed as Chief Justice by U.S. Grant; Thomas Mills Day; J.P. C. Mather New London, Collector of the Port Custom House in that town; Owen B. Arnold Haddam Ct.; John P. Putnam; Frank A. Southall N.C.; Edwin O. Carter Worcester Mass; George Yates Gilbert, Gilbertsville New York; E.W. Cook Manchester Ct.; Azariah Smith N.Y. (1817-1851) Presbyterian Missionary to Armenia and Turkey; Joseph C. Albertson Arshamomack Long Island; Chauncey Goodrich New Haven; Aaron Rice Dutton Guilford Connecticut; F.W. Gunn Washington Conn.; J. A. Spencer Philadelphia; Orle D. Hine New Milford Conn.; Ambrose Pratt Saybrook Ct, surgeon in the Connecticut 22nd Volunteers in the Civil War.; John N. Pettingell; M.E. Pierpont; J.A. Harsley Avon Ct.; Charles Andrews Wharton (?), New Haven Ct.; L. Smith Hobart Yatesville NY; Danl Powers Warren Mass; M. Mears Bagg Utica N.Y., author of a history of that town; Andrew L. Storm Oxford Conn.; Arnoldus Vanderbilt Dawson Charleston So. Ca.; Stephen Yerkes Montgomery Co. Penn. (1817-1896) reputedly a member of the Yale Skull & Bones club who became a professor of ancient languages at Danville Theological Seminary in Kentucky; J. Brace, N Erwington Ct.(?); William D. Gillison Mont Repos South Carolina; A.L. Chapin Hartford (1817 - 1892) pioneering educator to the American Midwest, founder and first president of Beloit College; Wm. Alexander Sparks of S.C., was U.S. Consul in Venice 1845-1849 where he s. Manuscript. Bookseller Inventory # 000745

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