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... forms, existed until 1988.Bibliography McConnell Anita , Instruments Makers to the World: A History of Cooke, Troughton & Simms ( York , 1992)....
... instruments. When the business closed in 1850, the various elements were bought up by other firms and by Bate's former workmen.Bibliography ‘On the camera lucida’, Nicholson's Journal , vol. 24 (1809), pp. 146–50. Further Reading McConnell Anita , R B Bate of the Poultry 1782–1847: The Life and Times of a Scientific Instrument Maker ( Pershore , 1993)....
... Inwards Richard , William Ford Stanley, his Life and Work, Mainly Autobiographical (1911). McConnell Anita and Jane Insley , ‘William Ford Stanley’, Dictionary of Business Biography , 6 vols (1984–6), vol. 5, pp. 277–80. McConnell Anita , ‘Aluminium and its Alloys for Scientific Instruments, 1855–1900’, Annals of Science , vol. 46 (1989), pp. 611–20....
...Whipple, George Mathews George Mathews Whipple was born in Teddington, Middlesex on 15 September 1842 and died in Richmond, Surrey on 8 February 1893. His father, George Whipple, was a schoolmaster. Whipple was educated...
...John Newman was baptised in Camberwell, Surrey on 27 June 1783 and died at 26 High Street, Camden Town, Middlesex, on 5 July 1860. He was one of four children of John and Mary Newman and with his brother George was apprenticed in 1799...
...Piddington, Henry Henry Piddington was born on 7 January 1797 in Lewes, Sussex and died on 7 April 1858 in Calcutta, Bengal. His father, James Piddington, an innkeeper, later moved his family to nearby Uckfield. Nothing is known...
... (1809), pp. 105–45. Further Reading McConnell Anita , Instruments Makers to the World: A History of Cooke, Troughton & Simms ( York , 1992)....
...Howard, Luke Luke Howard was born in London on 28 November 1772 and died in Tottenham, Middlesex on 21 March 1864. His father, Robert Howard, was a wealthy tin-plate manufacturer. As the son of Quakers, he was educated at a Quaker school...
...FitzRoy, Robert Robert FitzRoy was born in Ampton Hall, Suffolk on 5 July 1805 and died in Upper Norwood, Surrey on 30 April 1865. His father was Lord Charles FitzRoy, son of the third duke of Grafton; his mother was Lady Frances Stewart...