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... Spencer H. , First Principles (1862). Sandys J.E. ———, Principles of Biology (1864–7). Further Reading Andreski S. (ed.), Herbert Spencer: Structure, Function and Evolution (1971). Dibble J.C. , C. Hubert H. Parry: His Life and Music ( Oxford...
...Stainer, John John Stainer was born in London on 6 June 1840 and died in Verona on 31 March 1901. A chorister at St Paul’s Cathedral, he was organist at the College of St Michael, Tenbury before accepting the post of organist and informator...
...Pole, William William Pole was born in Birmingham on 22 April 1814 and died in London on 30 December 1900. A scientist and musician, he took his BMus (1860) and DMus (1867) degrees at Oxford while he was Professor of Civil Engineering...
...Gurney, Edmund Edmund Gurney was born in Hersham, Surrey on 23 March 1847 and died in Brighton on 23 June 1888. While he was an infant his family moved to London, where he grew up. He won a Scholarship to Trinity College, Cambridge...
...Crotch, William William Crotch was born in Norwich on 5 July 1775 and died in Taunton on 29 December 1847. A precocious child prodigy, he was shown off by his mother to fashionable society around England, including the king and queen...
...Hadow, William Henry Henry Hadow was born in Ebrington, Gloucestershire on 27 December 1859 and died in London on 8 April 1937. He was educated at Worcester College, Oxford, where he entered as a Scholar in 1878. He also studied...
...Newman, Ernest Robert William Ernest Newman was born in Everton, Lancashire on 30 November 1868 and died in Tadworth, Surrey on 7 July 1959. He was educated at University College, Liverpool before spending fourteen years as a bank clerk...