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...Mackenzie, George Steuart George Steuart Mackenzie was born on 22 June 1780 and died in October 1848. On the death of his father in 1796, he succeeded to the baronetcy of Coul in Ross-shire. Mackenzie developed strong scientific interests...
...Hoare, Prince Prince Hoare was born in Bath and died in Brighton on 22 December 1834. He studied art at the Royal Academy and then under the German painter Anton Raffael Mengs in Rome. In 1785 Hoare stopped exhibiting paintings due...
... new or important. When Dalton later claimed priority, Davy and others thought that in essence what he proposed had been published in 1789 by the Irish chemist Higgins, William William Higgins . To Davy’s surprise, Dalton was very happy...
... at Salonica, retiring to the island of Rhodes in 1903.David Hogarth Hogarth, David George described him: ‘No more fearless or self-reliant servant of Britain ever lived than this son of the Levant, who had no drop of British blood in his...
... Management: A Study of the Industrial Revolution in Britain (1965). The Idea of Progress: History and Society (1968). The Gold Standard and Employment Policies Between the Wars (1970). (with J.P.P. Higgins ) Aspects of Capital Investment...