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... 1 (November 1843): 74–7 . West Michael . Transcendental Wordplay: America's Romantic Punsters and the Search for the Language of Nature ( Athens, Ohio , 2000), 121–25, 137–40....
... and hence the very foundations of civilzation itself.Bibliography The Ancient Law (1861). The Early History of Institutions (1875). Popular Government (1885). Other Relevant Works Village Communities in East and West (1871). The Effects...
...Crawshay-Williams, Rupert Rupert Crawshay-Williams was born in London on 23 February 1908 and died in the Ardudwy district of west Wales on 12 June 1977. The great-grandson of Huxley, T.H. T.H. Huxley, he received his education at Queen’s...
... ‘big book’ meant a hefty tome produced in the eighteenth-century manner by hand-press. The first of them, The Silurian System (1839), was a record of seven years research in Wales and the West Midlands designed to demonstrate the existence...
... three years later. The government offered burial in Westminster Abbey, but Lister in typical self-effacing fashion had asked to be buried next to his wife Agnes in West Hampstead Cemetery.Bibliography ‘Further Evidence regarding the Effect...
... translated thousands of pages of seventeenth-century manuscripts from the Dutch West India Company concerning the early history of New York; these remained unpublished and were destroyed by fire in 1911. With John Adams he had a long friendship,...
... to drop out of the West Point academy because of ill health, he served as a second lieutenant during the Seminole War in Florida, where he contracted malaria and was compelled to resign from the Army. Returning to Boston, Greene circulated...
... of a North West Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific (1825). A Lecture on the Character, Condition, and Responsibilities of British Seamen (1855). Markham Clements , The Lands of Silence (1921). Further Reading Bravo Michael , ‘ Science...
... on the Proposition submitted to the Government for taking the Duty on Muscavado Sugar ad valorem, A Letter to W. Manning, Esq., M.P., on the Depreciation of the West India Property, and Thoughts on the Value to Great Britain of Commerce...
... conservative or not. In 1872 he published Record of the Rocks – a handbook on the geology of the West of England. Due to ill health, he withdrew from parish duties several years before his death.Symonds is a fine example of a Victorian...