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  • * British History Online *

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    PTORY, -

    medical physician (MD) (Physician) Period of medical practice 1621-1642 Other notes MD Leyden incorp Ox 1632. Mentioned 1631 (PTHORIS). Warned 1632. Therefore NOT = THORIUS 734, who d. in July 1625. Trouble 12 June 1635. Censorial hearings 2 Nov 1631

    LEIGHTON, Alexander

    St Andrews; MD Leyden. Prohibited 1619 & 1626. Asked for licence 1627 (was refused) & paid fine. In trouble with Star Chamber (religion) 1635. Censorial hearings 17 Sep 1619 Entry L, MA of St Andrews, MD of Leyden, was to

    TURNER, John (Jun)

    of birth b Middleburg (English father) Date of birth c.1600 Other notes Requested L 1629. LRCP 1630. See Innes-Smith (MD Leyden 1628). College membership Medical education (university) Leiden Date of MD not known Date became Licentiate 04/06/1630 Other notes See

    EMERY, -

    summoned. I do not think this lowly person is Edward EMILY (1617-57), Oxford & Leyden, LRCP 1641, FRCP 1647, St Thomas' & c. EE was at Leyden 8 Oct 1640, 10 Nov 1640. Censorial hearings 11 Sep 1640 Entry E,

    HAWLEY, Richard

    of death 30 Apr 1636 Address Oxford n.d. Other notes BA MA Oxon (Foster II.678) MD Leyden (I-S 110). Failed to appear 1627 (?in Leyden). FRCP 1630. Raach p.217. College membership Date of BA 1608 Date of MA 1615 Medical

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Colemore

    him in 1613 , and the father of three celebrated sons. Edward, the second son, studied medicine at Padua and Leyden , and was appointed Linacre Reader of Physic at Oxford in 1643 ; he is supposed to have been

    The eighteenth century Social life

    of the Yorkshire Association. 34 Sterne's portrait of Burton seems to have contained little truth. Educated at Cambridge and at Leyden under Boerhaave, he had a deservedly high professional reputation and his concern for the necessity of treating the sick

    Appendix Little Gidding

    family was the teaching of the Arminians, the followers of James Hermanzoon generally known as Arminius, professor of divinity at Leyden , who revolted against the Calvinist doctrines of predestination and desired a return to much of the symbolism of

    Parishes Rushden

    the 16th century. 87 He was an adherent of the Reformed religion and took part in an endeavour to surrender Leyden to the Earl of Essex . 88 The plot failed and he was obliged to take refuge in England

    The borough of Brighton Former PARISH CHURCH of ST. NICHOLAS BRIGHTON

    who bought Ranscomb Manor in South Malling near Lewes , and obtained his doctorate in 1724 at the University of Leyden . 69 He does not seem to have held the licence of the London College of Physicians to practice

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o gy- Vard a'i etholwyr cyn agoriad y Senedd. Arferai hen gobler roaddi ei bresenoldeb yn yr Acad- emy, yn Leyden, ar arnser dadl gyhoeddus. Gofyn- vwyd iddo unwaith a ydoedd yn deall Lladin. " Nac ydwyf," meddai y crefftwr, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fobiaban pthnmol. I yI Cadarnhawyd y newydd am orehfygiad mil- IM wyr y Trefedigaethau gan bellebrau diweddar- yi ach na'r rhai a gyhoeddwyd yn ein rhifyn di- G weddaf, ac erbyn hyn y mae adroddiad helaeth- n ach, er Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Realistic, and Iogma k ,tic gan Dr. Brewer; 'The Complete Poetical Works of Robert Buchanan,' Yri yr Oriental Congress 17n Leyden, a-In yn eistedd yr wythnosau diweddaf, penderfynwyd, ar gynygiadProf. de Goeje, i anf on cais y Congress at yrnaddiriedolwyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chorph Crist, Rhydychen. E. W. Evans, Dolgellau.] "I'r Parch Benjamin Jowett, Master of Balliaol, Doctor Cyfraith Prifysgol Leyden, Prifathraw Groeg Prifysgol Rhydlychen, Cyeaill Calon i'r Cymry, y cyf- lwynir y gyntaf o ' Gyfres y Wtrin.' Dyna'r geiriau cyntaf a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Maanchester New, College o 1869. Efe ydoedd nLdowr mwyaf adnabyddus y ganrif lion, a dangosodd prifysgolion y ivlad lion, Leyden a Hlavard, ent parch tuag ato drwy gyflwyno iddo raddau anrlhydeddus. Bydd genym sylwadaii liel. aethaclh ar ei fywyd Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    JAMES, John (d.1601), of Newport, I.o.W., and London.

    recs. at Whitehall by Oct. 1597. Biography The first member of the College of Physicians known to have studied at Leyden, James received a fee of £50 p.a. as physician to the Queen’s household. In 1591 he was granted a

    MONCREIFF, Patrick (c.1674-1709), of Reidie and Myres Castle, Fife.

    of Atholl. When the regiment was disbanded three years later, he changed careers, albeit temporarily. He studied civil law at Leyden and, after returning to Scotland, was admitted as an advocate in 1701. Entering the Scottish parliament for Kinghorn in

    ELWILL, John (c.1642-1717), of Polsloe House, nr. Exeter, Devon.

    destined him for the Congregational ministry; but Elwill preferred to make his career in trade. His education at Oxford and Leyden ‘gave a philosophic edge’ to his correspondence with his Dutch business contacts. By exporting Devonshire serges and importing German

    GLASCOCK, William (1617-88), of Kings Langley, Herts.

    in Essex and an income of under £200 p.a. He apparently passed the Civil War studying the civil law at Leyden. He had returned to England by 1656 when he abducted and married a 12-year-old heiress who brought him a

    ROGERS, Daniel (c.1538-91), of Silver Street, St. Olave's, London.

    became so closely associated that when a volume of verse was published to celebrate the foundation of the university of Leyden in 1575, Rogers was the only foreigner among the contributors. In that same year he graduated to official employment

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 June 1810, 8 June 1810

    ^ndG/6n's State, «That Johann Chrifiian Burckhardt, Son of Chrif- " tian Ehrenfried Burckhardt by Wynanda his Wife, " born at Leyden, in the Province of Holland;" And alfo, A Certificate from the Right Honourable Richard Ryder, One of His Majefty's Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    I saw myself; but only the Names of Four of them have as yet come to my Knowledge, viz. Palmyra, Leyden, Windsor, Gilsburgh. Our Militia is very weak, and we have little to expect from the Regulars, unless positive Orders Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    the Places around, with the under mentioned Estates: Newman Hall, Flamstead, Potosi, Spring Mount, Hampton, Wil- liamsfield, Worcester, Retirement, Carthagena, Leyden, Guilsbro', Windsor, Adelphi, Passly, Moor Park, Leogaree, Kirhpatrick Hall, Palmyra, Windsor Castle, Roehampton, Anchovy Bottom, Montpelier N. W., Montpelier Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    - Kensington Brandon - - - Prospect - - - Helmsdale Clydesdale Mount Pleasant Rock Hill Palmyra - - - Leyden - -. - Rosneath - - - Orchard - - Richmond Hill Anchovy and Richard Hill Beverley Park Hazelymph Subscribers-only content

    Report Of The Lords of the Committee of Council appointed for the Consideration of all Matters relating to Trade and Foreign Plantations; Submitting To His Majesty's Consideration The Evidence and Inf..., 16 February 1790

    Phyflc and Surgery. SAITII, Tint lie had the Rudimcnssof Pl.yfic nnd Nursery in Aberdeen: That lie after- w-.rdsftudied at Edinburgh, Leyden, and London, and has pracli'ed Phytic in this Ifland u; wards of T*cnty-eight Years, snd formerly, with a Partner, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 22/06/1698

    Kingdom. He was a Doctor of Physick , and said that he was brought up to that excellent Study at Leyden , and that he had good Practice on his Profession at London , and that for his Sins God


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