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The page number automatically link to the correct url for the page at the Internet Archive site. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dictionary of National Biography project pages. Working lists by volume with names from to. Category:Missing encyclopedic articles Dictionary of National Biography. Bernard's Abbey, Leicestershire, ; executed mural paintings and designed heraldic and other illustrations for several publications.
See David Baker. John's College, Cambridge, ; incumbent of Clay gate, Surrey. Glasgow, ; minister of Bank Street Chapel, Bolton, His works include a history of nonconformity in Bolton Oxford, c.
Trinity College, Cambridge, ; vicar of Monkland, near Leomiuster, ; promoted and editedHymns Ancient and Modernto which collection he contributed many original hymns, besides translations from the Latin.
Trinity College, Cambridge, ; D. Richard Bentley. King's College, Cambridge, ; D. Pembroke College, Cambridge, D. Paul's, ; canon of Windsor,and of Canterbury, ; sequestered from preferments by Long parliament.
Cambridge, ; F. John's College, Cambridge, ; received living of Long Newton, which he resigned as a nonjuror, ; resigned fellowship owing to noncompliance with abjuration oath,but resided in college as commoner master till death; left in manuscript a very complete and accurate history of Cambridge, with other antiquarian writings.
Giles, Edinburgh, ; chaplain of the Altar called Jesus ; compelled to fly from Scotland to escape arrest for preaching against the Override Of The Overture - Dismember - Like An Ever Flowing Stream, and ; publicly rebuked in St.
Giles by the king, ; minister of Trinity College Church, Edinburgh, ; B. Oxford, ; sent by James to synod of Dort; dean of Rochesterand of Durham, Paul's, ; bishop of London, ; lord chancellor, ; wrote a history of England. Paul's; privy seal, lord chancellor, c. See Thomas Lyon. On this and on political subjects he wrote several works and pamphlets. Balliol College, Oxford, ; D. John's College, Oxford, ; rector of Abdon, Shropshire.
Andrews and Oxford; M. Caen, ; practiced as physician successively in London, St. Andrews, and Edinburgh: founded botanic gardens, Edinburgh; left botanical writings. Museum, Madras,and was superintendent till ; published Encyclopaedia of India ; political agent at court of nawab of Carnatic; surgeongeneral and head of Madras medical department, ; returned to England, largely responsible for the opening of the Madras Medical College to women, ; published works chiefly relating to India.
Andrews, and, on its abolition, one of the commissaries of the court appointed in its stead: probably connected with murder of Darnley; governor of Edinburgh Castle; president of court of session till gained the reputation of having served, deserted, and profited by all parties; probably author of part of Balfour's Practicks publishedthe earliest textbook of Scottish law.
Most of his historical, heraldic, and other manuscripts are preserved in the Advocates Library. Edinburgh; M. Edinburgh, ; professor of botany at Glasgow,and at Edinburgh, ; retired as emeritus professor of botany, ; assisted in establishing Botanical Society and Botanical Club, Edinburgh; F. Edinburgh and London ; LL. Andrews and Paris; professor of Greek at, and, c. Edinburgh, ; assistant surgeon in grenadier guards, ; inspector-general in charge of new statistical branch of army, ; F.
John's College, Cambridge, ; published, besides medical treatises, a translation of Boccaccio's Decameron ; M. John's College, Cambridge, ; incumbent of Lamesby and Taufield, ; took part in the Bangorian controversy, ; prebendary of Salisbury, ; published tracts defending Dr. Clarke's metaphysical and ethical principles. John's College, Cambridge, ; D. Mary's, York; frequently reprimanded and imprisoned for preaching at Colchester doctrines which were in great part those of Wycliffe, and which in brought about Tyler's rebellion; released by rebels from the archbishop's prison, Maids tone, where he was confined; captured at Coventry; executed at St.
Mary's Hall, Oxford; obtained ordination without subscription, ; presented to living of Whitmore, Staffordshire; deprived and more than once imprisoned for nonconformity; published religious works. Carlow, ; under-secretary for colonies, first president of Alpine Club, ; published The Alpine Guide ; joined botanical expedition to Morocco, ; F.
His publications include treatises on physical and geographical science, and the botany of the Alps. Oxford, ; assisted I Dont Want Miss A Thing - Aerosmith - In Concert framing future constitution of disestablished The Jazz Crusaders* - The Best Of The Jazz Crusaders of Ireland; opposed Gladstone's Irish land bill,and Irish university bill, lord chancellor of Ireland, ; vice-chancellor of Dublin University, ; published Reformed Church of Irelandand Historical Review of Legislative Systems operative in Ireland King's College, Cambridge; vicar of Barley, Hertfordshire; ejected, minister at Royston; resigned under Act of Uniformity; licensed as general presbyterian preacher in any allowed place ; assisted Walton in his great Polyglot and left religious writings.
Trinity College, ; secretary of the Queen's University, Ireland, Qt College, Cambridge, ; fellow; weekly lecturer at Northampton from c. John Preston's works. Paul's School; called to bar at Inner Temple, ; honorary bencher, ; serjeant-at-law, ; conducted prosecution at trial of Franz Muller, ; appeared for the Tichborue claimant at the first stage of legal proceedings, ; successfully defended Mulhar Rao, Gaekwar of Baroda, on a charge of attempted murder, ; published reminiscences.
James's Chronicle and Statesman which he startedand was connected with Illustrated London News; published selections from Carlyle and other writers. See Ballenden.
Andrews; military surgeon in India, ; professor of military surgery, Edinburgh, ; knighted, U; F. London and Edinburgh; published medical works. See Cahir Mac Art Kavanagh. See Claud Irvine Boswell. Andrews, ; chancellor of Scotland, ; bishop of Dunblane, c. Andrews and Cologne; became acquainted with Swiss and German reformers; lord of session, ; secretary of state to the regent; depute-keeper of privy seal, ; deprived of offices, ; confined in Blackness Castle; transported to Rouen, ; reinstated lord of session, ; took prominent part in behalf of protestant reformers.
John, Cambridge, in lieu of the secular brethren already residing there, ; obtained charter to separate his scholars from the brethren of the hospital. See Sir Andrew Murray. Berlin, ; physician to Millbank Penitentiary, ; physician to the queen, F. See Bainbridge. Wadham College, Oxford, ; prebendary of Exeter; held living of Sherborne: ejected from prefermente, repeatedly imprisoned for preaching; died in Newgate; published religious works.
Trinity College, Oxford, ; prebendary of Salisbury, ; left legacy for foundation of the Bamptou divinity lectures at Oxford. See John Bankyn. See Vanderbank. See Banks. Christ Church, Oxford, ; rector of Finchley, ; B. Paul's, ; master of University College, Oxford, ; Asi Asi - Perez Prado And Armand Torres - Latin Dance Rhythms of Oxford, ; built an episcopal residence at Cuddesdon, Oxfordshire, Christ's College, Cambridge, ; prebendary of St.
Patrick's, Dublin; D. Paul's, ecclesiastical commissioner; canon of Westminster, ; prebendary of St. Paul's, ; largely responsible for detection of printers of the Marprelate tracts; chaplain to Archbishop Whitgift, ; bishop of London, ; archbishop of Canterbury, ; laid before the privy council his Articles of Abuses in which he protected, in name of the clergy, against prohibitions by civil judges of proceedings in Tell Me Why - Christophe Goze - Secret Garden courts, ; supported scheme of new translation of bible; D.
His publications Include Two Bookes of Epigrammes and Epitaphswhich celebrated many men of letters of the time; contributed to Brome's Lachrymte Musarum Carteret died from the rigours of a siege directed by Baudinel; and his son, Sir George Oarteret, arrested and imprisoned Bandiuel and his son, who died after attempting to escape.
Tales went abroad for his health, and soon found himself in straitened circumstances, but was relieved by public subscription. The O'Hara Tales first series, to some extent fulfilled the author's object of doing for the Irish what the Wuverley Novels had done for the Scottish people. Trinity College, Cambridge, ; M. Antrim, ; moderator of synod, ; published catechism, based on Westminster Shorter Catechism, His works include Waterloo, South wark, and London bridges.
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