Sir James Clark, 1788-1870.

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  • Medical climatology -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.

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CLARK, Sir JAMES (–), physician, was born at Cullen, Banffshire, 14 Dec. After education at the parish school, he went to the university of Aberdeen, where he graduated M.A., and returning to his native county entered the office of a writer to the signet.

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This work was reproduced from the original artifact. Book Description The eminent Scottish physician Sir James Clark () had several high-profile patients, including Queen Victoria, and published on the important medical matters of his day.

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This move was to prove a turning point in his career and an anxious time for his wife and year-old son. Fortunately, he was helped by James Clark, his friend from schooldays in Fordyce. By this time, Clark had been created a baronet for his services to the young Queen Victoria (), who had succeeded to the throne in Get this from a library.

Lord Melbourne, premier, to Sir James Clark, physician to Queen Victoria on the birth (21st November, ,) of the Princess Royal, Empress of Germany, and the mother of the Emperor William the Second.

[William Lamb Melbourne, Viscount; Allan Park Paton]. Collection Number RL Title James Clark papers, [London] Date undated Creator Clark, James, Sir, Extent 2 items Repository David M.

Rubenstein Rare Book &. Clark, Sir James (), 1st Baronet physician This page summarises records created by this Person The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.

Published Sir James Clarkthis biography was the last major work of Sir James Clark (), a supporter of Conolly's enlightened methods. Clark himself had enjoyed a distinguished medical career, becoming a trusted physician and friend to Queen : Sir James Clark. "Clark, James ()," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols.

" Clark, Sir James," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., ) Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago. Media in category "Sir James Clark, 1st Baronet" The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 of birth: 14 DecemberCullen.

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James Clark (), who became his lifelong friend: both graduated MD at Edinburgh in Clark was appointed Physician to the Royal Household of Queen Victoria () and created a baronet within a year of her accession to the throne in (6).

It was James Clark who encouraged Forbes to translate Laennec's De. John Conolly () was a physician and alienist (psychiatrist) who worked with the mentally ill at the Hanwell County Asylum in Middlesex, where he introduced the principle of non-restraint. This action was at first controversial and met with strong opposition, but it Pages:   Having trained in Edinburgh as a surgeon and served aboard Royal Navy vessels, Sir James Clark () developed a particular interest in the spread of the tuberculosis pandemic in Europe.

A licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians fromand elected to the Royal Society inPages: Autograph Letter Signed, discussing the arrangements for examinations in Zoology and Natural History.

4 pp. 7 x 4 inches, in good condition. Undated. Sir James Clark (), court physician, author of medical works. He settled in Rome from to ; one of his patients was the poet John Keats, who arrived in Rome in November Sir James Clark, Bt., KCB, MD (14 December – 29 June ) was a British physician who was Physician-in-Ordinary to Queen Victoria between.

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Sir James Clark, Physician-in-Ordinary to Queen Victoria.] Autograph Note Signed ('Ja Clark') to 'Mr Owen', i.e. Sir Richard Owen, regarding 'Mr Combe' sending Owen his work.

Sir James Clark (), Physician-in-Ordinary to Queen Victoria, and to St George's Infirmary [Sir Richard Owen (), palaeontologist; George Combe, Scottish. Addeddate Camera EOS-1Ds Mark II Foldoutcount 0 Identifier Identifier-ark ark://ttn74 Lcamid *Clark, George; either ‐, thread manufacturer and philanthropist or ‐ shipbuilder and politician Clark, Sir James; ‐, physician Close, Francis; ‐, Dean of Carlisle Cobbett, William; ‐, political writer and File Size: KB.

James Hugh Donohoe. The British Army in Australia,Index of personnel, ISBN 1 02 3 (paperback) 1 02 1 (microfiche) and 1 03 X (disk), Available from the author PO BoxSPIT JUNCTION NSW $ incl. postage and handling personal cheque or money order. The ladies' guide to beauty: containing practical advice on improving the complexion, the hair, the hands, the form, the teeth, the eyes, the feet, the features, so as to insure the highest degree of perfection of which they are susceptible: and also, upwards of one hundred recipes for various cosmetics, oil, pomades, etc., etc., being the result of a combination of practical and scientific skill.

Sir James Clark (), physician who was Physician-in-Ordinary to Queen Victoria Hugh Francis Clarke Cleghorn of Stravithie (–), physician, botanist, and forester who worked in India Sir Thomas Smith Clouston (–), psychiatrist Dr Samuel Cockburn (–), advocate and practitioner of homeopathy.

partly as a result of the efforts of Dr. (later Sir) James Clark (), whose well-known book on 'The influence of climate in the prevention and cure of chronic diseases* was first published in ,2 a considerable number of works on what might be called the "medical climatology, of English towns and districts began to appear.

Having trained in Edinburgh as a surgeon and served aboard Royal Navy vessels, Sir James Clark () developed a particular interest in the spread of the tuberculosis pandemic in Europe. A licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians fromand elected to the Royal Society inhe became a trusted physician and friend to Queen Author: James Clark.

The doctor in question was presumably (Sir) James Clark (), appointed as physician to the Duchess of Kent inand who became Victoria’s personal physician on her accession to the by: 2. Secretary to the Treasury under Sir Robert Peel and Vice-President of the Board of Trade.

At the age of 75 he was appointed President of the Zoological Society. Sir James Clark () was a Scottish physician, born at Cullen in Banffshire. Inhe was appointed Physician to Queen Victoria. Hehadalsopublishedatext-book"ElementsofthePracticeof Thomas Addison (17 9 0) Medicine" (),in which severaldiseases were for the first time described from.

Clark,James,Sir, Title(s): The mother's guide for the care of her children, or, The management of infancy, intended for the use of parents/ by Andrew Combe ; revised and edited by Sir James Clark.

Sir James Paget, a surgeon, was elected to the American Philosophical Society in Scope and content The collection is comprised of the correspondence of British surgeon and pathologist Sir James Paget, but also includes letters that were assembled by Lady Paget and their daughter Kate as a collection of autographs.

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Geographic Note GB (iso) Großbritannien. Names. Heading Clark, James Clark, James: The Influence of Climate in the prevention and cure of chronic diseases.

- Clark, James: Über Südeuropa in climatischer Hinsicht. - New London surgical pocket-book: (medical, operative, and mechanical,) founded on the popular lectures and works of Mr. Abernethy, Sir Astley Cooper, Mr. Lawrence, and other distinguished surgeons including an adapted pharmacopoeia.

Clark, James, Sir, Date Books. The code of health and longevity: or, a general view of. Having trained in Edinburgh as a surgeon and served aboard Royal Navy vessels, Sir James Clark ( ) developed a particular interest in the spread of the tuberculosis pandemic in Europe.

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Review, founded by James Johnson (), to become the British and Foreign Medico-Chirurgical Review (). In Forbes moved to London, where he was busy with literary work, and by the influence of his schoolfellow, fellow surgeon in the Navy, and lifelong friend, Sir James Clark (), was appointed physi.

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