Thomas Beddoes M.D. 1760-1808.pdf

Thomas Beddoes M.D. 1760-1808

D. A. Stansfield

We meet in Thomas Beddoes an able chemist, engaged in a field where impor­ tant new discoveries were being made

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“BEDDOES, THOMAS (1760-1808), physician, was born at Shiffnal in Shropshire , ... and, after taking his M.D. degree at Oxford, was appointed in 1788 reader in ... 1 Jul 1977 ... In 1793 Dr Thomas Beddoes (1760-1808) moved from Oxford to Bristol where he worked to found his Pneumatic Institution. Davies Giddy ...

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Dr Thomas Beddoes (1760–1808) and the Lunar Society of Birmingham: Collaborations in Medicine and Science Trevor H. Levere Search for more papers by this author Freethought of the Day - Freedom From Religion …

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SOURCES: George Elers, Memoirs of George Elers (1903) 284; Dorothy A. Stansfield, Thomas Beddoes, M.D., 1760-1808 (1984) xviii: The daughter of Thomas Beddoes and Anna Maria Edgeworth and sister of the poet Thomas Lovell Beddoes. SEARCH PERSONS . Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. Produced by CATH

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Beddoes, Thomas (1760–1808), chemist and … Show Summary Details Preview. Beddoes, Thomas (1760–1808), chemist and physician, was born at Shifnal in Shropshire on 13 April 1760, the son of Ann Beddoes (née Whitehall), and her husband, Richard Beddoes (d. 1803), a tanner who was part of a prosperous and politically liberal commercial circle.Reference Entry.

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