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works of Matthew Baillie, M.D.
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|Statement||collected from authentic sources, by James Wardrop.|
|Contributions||Wardrop, James, 1782-1869., George E. Burget Memorial Collection.|
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The life of Matthew Baillie, M.D. by James Wardrop () The Hunterian Society: a catalogue of its records and collections relating to John Hunter and the Hunterian tradition with a history of the Society by Hunterian Society (Book). Baillie, Matthew, Baillie, Matthew Matthew Baillie Scottish anatomist VIAF ID: (Personal) works: The works of Matthew Baillie, M.D.: to which is prefixed an account of his life: Selected Co-authors Countries and Regions of Publication (6.
Baillie, of course, grew up in a household of physicians; her uncle, Dr. William Hunter, and her brother, Dr. Matthew Baillie, were renowned anatomists whose medical theatres were, in fact, the sites of medical instruction. 19 Baillie's medical knowledge would have recognized the historical associations of female healers and midwives with. Sir Matthew Baillie Begbie (9 May – 11 June ) was a British lawyer, politician, and judge. In , Begbie became the first Chief Justice of the Crown Colony of British Columbia in colonial times and in the first decades after British Columbia joined Confederation as a province of Canada.. Begbie served as the first Judge of the Supreme Court, Colony of British Columbia Born: 9 May , Mauritius.
In Baillie published his famous and probably the first English work on morbid anatomy. In he worked as a physician at St. George’s Hospital and established a hugely popular private practice. He gave the Croonian Lecture in Twenty years later he became physician-extraordinary to George III. The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African. Written by Himself. Vol. Â© This work is the property of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. It may be used freely by individuals for research, teaching and Matthew Baillie, M. D. Mrs. Baillie Miss Baillie Miss J. Baillie David.
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Rare Book Collection of Rush University Medical Center at. Matthew Baillie, The Works of Matthew Baillie, M.D., to which is prefixed an account of his life collected from authentic sources by James Wardrop, Surgeon Extraordinary to the King (London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green, ) 2 vols, I, p.
xvii; p. xxii. Google Scholar. 10 Eventful Years: Volume Three (3,III): Liberalism to Scrap: A Record of Events of the Years Preceding Including and Following World War II: - During the period of his great practice Baillie made a few contributions to clinical medicine.
These, and some others which he left unpublished, are to be found in the collected edition of his works ('The Works of Matthew Baillie, M.D.,' to which is prefixed an Account of his Life by James Wardrop, 2 vols., London, ).
Refr: Wellcome II, p Cont: With a portrait of the author Note: Matthew Baillie, the nephew and pupil of William Hunter, studied at Glasgow university and at Oxford.
Volume 2 contains Baillie's most important work 'The morbid anatomy of some. Frontispiece of Baillie after a painting by William Owen. Exhaustive and richly documented biography of Scottish physician and pathologist, Dr.
Matthew Baillie. Illustrated with few b/w photographic reproductions. Staining on dj. Tight copy with dj in good, book in very good condition.
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Baillie, Matthew, The works of Matthew Baillie, M.D., to which is prefixed an account of his life, (London, Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, ), also by James Wardrop and M.D.
Rare Book Collection of Rush University Medical Center at the University of Chicago. Matthew Baillie (27 October – 23 SeptemberDuntisbourne, Gloucestershire, England) was a British physician and pathologist.
Life. He was born in Shotts Manse in Lanarkshire, the son of Prof Rev James Baillie and Dorothea Hunter. His sister was the poet Joanna was a pupil of his uncle, the anatomist John Hunter and his father-in-law.
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Here is the description of the lung that Baillie saw in the collection of Mr. Cruikshank. It has been proposed that it was Dr.
Samuel Johnson’s lung. Matthew Baillie was the Scottish nephew of William and John Hunter. Upon the death of William in.Joanna Baillie (11 September – 23 February ) was a Scottish poet and dramatist, known for such works as Plays on the Passions (three volumes, –) and Fugitive Verses ().
She shows her interest in moral philosophy and the Gothic. She was critically acclaimed in her lifetime, and while living in Hampstead, associated with literary contemporaries such as Born: 11 SeptemberBothwell.