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Memoir Of The Life And Medical Opinions Of John Armstrong V2

To Which Is Added An Inquiry Into The Facts Connected With Those Forms Of Fever Attributed To Malaria Or Marsh Effluvium

by Francis Boott

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical - General,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Biography/Autobiography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages764
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11932422M
    ISBN 101432536648
    ISBN 109781432536640

    These writings from jazz great Louis Armstrong swing with the same warmth, rhythms, and inventive phrasing that made his music so popular. Armstrong toured with a typewriter and used it often for journals, writing letters to friends or strangers, and supplying reporters with material about his life. Eavesdropping backstage on Armstrong and his bandmates would make worthwhile reading for any. John Armstrong signed as a member of the congregation and his wife, Susan H. Armstrong as a communicant; as did also Mrs. A. Armstrong who was the wife of John Armstrong, Jr. They belong to the oldest settlers, having come to Peoria from Cincinnati, Ohio, at an early day. John Armstrong owned and laid out the land now.


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Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Baldwin and Cradock, Description: 2 v. ports. John H Armstrong is the author/editor of 17 books. He has also authored thousands of magazine, journal, and web based articles.

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The son of a Scottish clergyman, John Armstrong took his medical degree at Edinburgh in He is remembered as the friend of James Thomson (who drew his portrait in Castle of Indolence) and seems to have been on good terms with most of literary London, though he famously quarreled with John Wilkes.

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Armstrong resumed public life after the resignation of John Laurance as U.S. Senator from New York. As a Jefferson Republican he was elected in November to a term ending in March He took his seat on January 8, and was re-elected on January 27 for. Major General John Armstrong Sr from Pictorial Field Book of the Revolution, Vol.

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When the Revolutionary War began John Armstrong Sr. was a Brigadier General in the Pennsylvania militia, but on March 1,the Congress appointed him to the same rank in the Continental Army. With his engineering skill he was sent to Charleston, South Carolina to.

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Note: all page numbers and. The mercurial politician John Wilkes, an early friend and patron, became a bitter adversary. Armstrong’s brother, the surgeon George Armstrong, opened the first pediatric clinic in Britain.

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