Lister As I Knew Him

Lister As I Knew Him

This is a new release of the original 1927 edition.

Author: John Rudd Leeson

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ISBN: 1258886553

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Page: 238

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This is a new release of the original 1927 edition.
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Germ Theory

Germ Theory

A Treatise on Blood, Inflammation, and Gunshot Wounds. Thomas Bradford,
Philadelphia, PA. 11. Leeson, J. R. 1927. Lister as I Knew Him, p. 48–55. William
Wood and Company, New York, NY. 12. Leeson, J. R. 1927. Lister as I Knew Him
, p.

Author: Robert P. Gaynes

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781683673491

Category: Medical

Page: 352

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Named as Choice Outstanding Academic Title 2012 From Hippocrates to Lillian Wald—the stories of scientists whose work changed the way we think about and treat infection. Describes the genesis of the germ theory of disease by a dozen seminal thinkers such as Jenner, Lister, and Ehrlich. Presents the "inside stories" of these pioneers' struggles to have their work accepted, which can inform strategies for tackling current crises in infectious diseases and motivate and support today's scientists. Relevant to anyone interested in microbiology, infectious disease, or how medical discoveries shape our modern understanding
Categories: Medical

A Time to Heal

 A Time to Heal

G. T. Wrench's Lord Lister : His Life and Work ( London : T. Fisher Unwin , 1913 )
was penned by a physician in London ... John Rudd Leeson's Lister as I Knew
Him ( London : Bailliere , Tindall and Cox , 1927 ) is undoubtedly the most biased
 ...

Author: Jerry L. Gaw

Publisher: American Philosophical Society

ISBN: 0871698919

Category: Medical

Page: 173

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Categories: Medical

Godey s Magazine

Godey s Magazine

So she tried to make Mr . Lister understand that , though she appreciated him as
a friend , he could never be anything more to her . But , quick as he was ,
generally , to comprehend all that she said or intimated , on that point he was
obstinately ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015016441548

Category: American literature

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Categories: American literature

Otherwise or Quite on another tack by J Lister

Otherwise  or  Quite on another tack  by J  Lister

Joseph Lister (Conservative.) 1 beneficial to the working man of this country than
the Radicals , and in Conservative hands were financiers and statesmen who
knew how to control it . Mr Muntz said he declared the expenditure of Mr
Gladstone ...

Author: Joseph Lister (Conservative.)

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ISBN: OXFORD:590607238

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Lister Ward

Lister Ward

R. Leeson, Lister as I Knew Him, pp. 137–8. Caird in Joseph Baron Lister (
London, 1927), pp. 135–6. B. Fisher, Joseph Lister, p. 64. J. S. McDowall, The
Whiskies of Scotland, third edition (London, 1975), p. 117. B. Fisher, Joseph
Lister, pp.

Author: Martin Goldman

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: UOM:39015012538354

Category: Edinburgh (Scotland)

Page: 167

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Lister Ward describes life in a Victorian hospital from the sharp end of the scalpel - the scalpel, no less, of the legendary Joseph Lister. The book is based upon the diaries and letters of two of Lister's "guinea pigs": William Henley from London, a professional writer and self-confessed hedonist, and Shetlander Margaret Mathewson, the pious daughter of a parish teacher. Together with an account by one of Lister's students, an extract from one of Conan Doyle's stories and notes from Robert Louis Stevenson they paint a fascinating picture of a bygone era in an Edinburgh hospital and provide an unusual insight into one of the pioneers of modern medicine.
Categories: Edinburgh (Scotland)

The Correspondence of Dr Martin Lister 1639 1712 Volume One 1662 1677

The Correspondence of Dr  Martin Lister  1639 1712   Volume One  1662 1677

polonicus is known as Polish cochineal, or cochineal of the north. ... See Lister's
letter of 4 March 1670/1. ... an/ old man: he is exceedingly decayed of late, but yet
goes about a begging; to which his debauchery 338 Lister to Oldenburg 0163.

Author: Anna Marie Roos

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004263321

Category: Science

Page: 968

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Volume one of the Correspondence of Martin Lister (1639-1712), Royal Physician, and the first arachnologist and conchologist, comprises ca. 400 letters dating from 1662 to 1677.
Categories: Science

Goldblatt s Descent

Goldblatt s Descent

Having freed a bed on the Prof's unit, the pseudo-Sutherland turned back into Dr
Morris and rang the consultant at the other hospital to let him know that he could
send Mr Lister in to the bed that was being vacated. The whole procedure ran ...

Author: Michael Honig

Publisher: Atlantic Books Ltd

ISBN: 9780857897022

Category: Fiction

Page: 300

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Angry, satirical, hilarious and eventually heartbreaking, Goldblatt's Descent tells the story of a young, talented hospital doctor, an idealist in a very imperfect world. A biting, brilliant, black tragicomedy of doctors, patients, lost hopes and last chances. Malcolm Goldblatt has one last chance. Life, or his own obstinacy, has dumped him at the door of Professor Andrea Small's medical unit, where he will have the privilege of ministering to the world's most unimportant disease. But in so many ways, this unit is like all the others that Goldblatt has worked on, from Dr Madic's ferocious aversion to work, to Dr Burton's knife-in-the-back ambition, right up to the monstrous vanities of the professor herself - and that's before he even meets the patients. Soon the familiar cycle of hope and despair threatens to drag him into its eddy, and with his finger never far from the self-destruct button, the temptation to press it for what will surely be the final time begins to feel less like professional suicide and more like salvation.
Categories: Fiction

Discourse Perspectives on English

Discourse Perspectives on English

... that Mr. Wray knew nothing about his knowing it, no more than he (Mr. Lister)
knew, that either he or any body else knew it, untill such (g) time, as he
occasionally sent him a Catalogue of our English Spiders: (h) Upon which
subject, in the ...

Author: Risto Hiltunen

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN: 9789027295729

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 243

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Covering nearly one thousand years, this volume explores medieval and modern English texts from fresh perspectives. Within the relatively new field of historical discourse linguistics, the synchronic analysis of large textual units and consideration of text-external features in relation to discourse has so far received little attention. To fill that gap, this volume offers studies of medieval instructional and religious texts and correspondence from the early modern period. The contributions highlight writer-audience relationships, the intended use of texts, descriptions of text-type, and questions of orality and manuscript contextualization. The topics, ranging from the reception of Old English texts to the conventions of practical instruction in Middle English to the epistolary construction of science in early Modern English, are directly relevant to historical linguists, discourse and text linguists, and students of the history of English.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Jurist

The Jurist

Lister consented to the change of security or to the removal was intimate with
Fletcher , whose duty it was to make of the machinery . But the evidence ... and it
must be taken that he knew the advance him the money for that purpose . On the
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ISBN: UCAL:C3007342

Category: Law

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Categories: Law

The Law Journal Reports

The Law Journal Reports

materials before the Court , be also taken did , possession of both with Mr. Lister's
that he was at the time of her death ... were mentioned material for her estate that
he should in the security of January 1852 into a know concerning the ships ...

Author:

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ISBN: MINN:31951D01280898I

Category: Law reports, digests, etc

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Categories: Law reports, digests, etc

An historical relation of the life of mr Joseph Lister late of the Society at Kippin containing an authentic account of the siege of Bradford c

An historical relation of the life of mr  Joseph Lister  late of the Society at Kippin  containing an authentic account of the siege of Bradford   c

Joseph Lister. accrocarosanasaraswomandandorisanasan long as we durst for
fear of being discovered , and then stole away under the shade of ... We had
before met with two of our troopers who had left their borses in the town ; with
them therefore we went , hoping that we were passed all ... He enquired of me ,
as I , had staid in Bradford longer than he did , what was done ; and wha : I knew I
told him .

Author: Joseph Lister

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ISBN: OXFORD:591100538

Category: Bradford (England)

Page: 60

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Categories: Bradford (England)

A Surgical Revolution

A Surgical Revolution

Leeson , J . R . , Lister as I Knew Him ( London , 1927 ) , 16 – 24 . 6 . Ibid . : 48 –
55 . 7 . Ibid . 8 . Ibid . 9 . Ibid . : 16 – 24 . 10 . Ibid . : 48 – 55 . 11 . Ibid . 12 . Godlee
, R . J . , Lord Lister ( London , 1917 ) : 259 . 13 . Ibid . 14 . Leeson , J . R . , Lister
 ...

Author: Peter F. Jones

Publisher: Birlinn

ISBN: STANFORD:36105124007365

Category: History

Page: 231

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Presents the story of some pioneers who, during the nineteenth century, transformed the practice of surgery. This book includes vivid descriptions of the patients treated, as well as the charismatic surgeons. It covers a number of sources, stories and anecdotes that are useful for the general reader, historians, medics and scientists.
Categories: History

Lord Lister

Lord Lister

Municipal Buildings replied to the toast of his health . In the course of his speech
he said : " He could assure them that Lord Lister was profoundly grateful for the
honour which had been conferred ... Those of them who knew him well knew ...

Author: Sir Rickman John Godlee

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ISBN: STANFORD:24502935767

Category: Surgeons

Page: 681

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Categories: Surgeons

The Primitive Methodist Magazine

The Primitive Methodist Magazine

salary of a married preacher was by no means | On the 4th of May Mr . Lister and
his very much - some fourteen shillings ... In this same month of April Mr .
survivors who knew him , and his name is Lister was married , in one of the
churches in ...

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ISBN: OXFORD:555025883

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The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister Vol 2

The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister     Vol 2

Mr Edwards, the bookseller at Halifax15 , might know whether his brother was
guillotined here or not. Wednesday 16 Mar. MRS BARLOW RECEIVES A LOVE
LETTER Just before getting into bed last night [Mrs Barlow] read the letter she
had ...

Author: Anne Lister

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780349006895

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 224

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'The Lister diaries are the Dead Sea Scrolls of lesbian history; they changed everything. By resurrecting them and editing them with such loving attention and intelligence, Helena Whitbread has earned the gratitude of a whole generation' EMMA DONOGHUE 'Engaging, revealing, at times simply astonishing: Anne Lister's diaries are an indispensable read' SARAH WATERS Anne Lister (1791-1840) was one of the most remarkable women of her time. Fearless and uncompromising, she was determined to live life on her own terms, both financially and sexually. She wrote extensive diaries in 'crypthand', which allowed her to record her life in intimate, and sometimes explicit, detail. When they were decoded by Helena Whitbread, lesbian history was changed for ever. This is the second volume of her diaries. No Priest But Love begins in 1824. After an ill-fated love affair with a married woman, Anne Lister embarks on a journey alone to post-revolutionary Paris, a city alive with political intrigue. Here, she becomes romantically involved with a young widow, a relationship at odds with her social ambitions. Anne's efforts, firstly to extricate herself from this new 'scrape' and then to make a choice between the two women in her life, provides an absorbing sexual and social drama. '[Anne Lister's] sense of self, and self-awareness, is what makes her modern to us. She was a woman exercising conscious choice. She controlled her cash and her body. At a time when women had to marry, or be looked after by a male relative, and when all their property on marriage passed to their husband, Anne Lister not only dodged the traps of being female, she set up a liaison with another woman that enhanced her own wealth and left both of them free to live as they wished . . . The diaries gave me courage' JEANETTE WINTERSON
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Lister s Great Adventure

Lister s Great Adventure

Buttowatch the seas andkeep the hulk inlinewas the captain's business, and
Lister was occupied by his. Standing on a ... One could not argue when the bows
would plunge and the stern swing clear; one must know instinctively. The
muscular ...

Author: Harold Bindloss

Publisher: Library of Alexandria

ISBN: 9781465531575

Category: Canada, Western

Page: 302

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Categories: Canada, Western

Granby by T H Lister

Granby  by T H  Lister

pearing personally in this affair , and thought it sufficient to rouse my cousin's
vigilance , and leave to him the work of detection ... him to investigate the
circumstance , and said that I did not like to see him pillaged without telling him
all I knew .

Author: Thomas Henry Lister

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ISBN: MINN:31951002077523O

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Proceedings

Proceedings

The people who lived at the place had long known them as the “ brig stones ; ”
and Dr Potts of Sunderland said the stones had been called the “ brig stones ” as
long as he could remember . Mr Lister told him that on one stone he found a plate
 ...

Author: Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne

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ISBN: SRLF:A0001884311

Category: Newcastle upon Tyne (England)

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Categories: Newcastle upon Tyne (England)