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Autobiography of Sir George Wheler
Wheler, George Sir
|Statement||edited, with notes, appendices, and genealogies by E. G. Wheler.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 48p. ;|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Author of A journey into Greece, The Protestant monastery: or, Christian oeconomicks, Voyage de Dalmatie, de Grèce, et du Levant, Autobiography of Sir George Wheler, Autobiography of Sir George Wheler book journey into Greece by George Wheler, Esq., in company of Dr.
Spon of Lyons, An account of the churches, or places of assembly, of the primiteive Christians; from the churches of Tyre, Jerusalem, and. A portrait of Wheler, engraved by William Bromley from a painting, is published in Surtees's ‘Durham,’ i. (see also Gent. Mag.
ii. Wheler married Grace, daughter of Sir Thomas Higgons [q. v.] of Grewel, near Odiham, Hampshire, and had by her a family of eighteen children.
Wheler published: 1. brance of them. (Wheler Preface Alr) Sir George Wheler s A Journey into Greece, the account of his visit to the region in the company of the French scholar Dr. Jacob Spon, explores the relation between travel writing and memory, as the author compares the text to a monument that will save from oblivion the experience of his voyage and.
A journey into Greece / by George Wheler Esq.; in company of Dr Spon of Lyons. London: Printed for William Cademan, Robert Kettlewell, and Awnsham Churchill, MDCLXXXII () It is this blog’s practice to devote the vacation month of August to an atlas or travel book and this year we have chosen George Wheler’s A journey into Greece (London.
After his voyage, Wheler was ordained and followed an clerical career. Inhe published a treatise on early Christian churches. His chronicle was published in and never republished again. George Wheler is the author of Voyage de Dalmatie, de Gr ce Et Du Levant; Volume 1 ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), Travels in Athens ( avg ra /5(1).
Sir George Wheler William Cademan, Robert Kettlewell, and Awnsham Churchill, at the Popes Head in the New-Exchange, the Hand and Scepter in Fleetstreet, and the Black Swan near Amen-Corner, - Greece - pages. It included perhaps more than half of Sir William Wheler's estate, but not so clearly the greater part as Sir George Wheler's words suggest.
This part of Sir William Wheler's property had, like the rest, been first built up by Sir William and his lessees in the 's and 's. Wheler was the first in England to electrify a live animal. After Gray's death inhe published his own observations in electrostatics.
He was elected Fellow of the Royal Society in Wheler died on 12 May and was buried in Otterden church. His library was sold in. Autobiography of Sir George Biddell Airy on *FREE* shipping on qualifying s: 2. His baronetcy was inherited by Sir Charles Wheler under a special remainder; but most of his estate, valued at over £1, p.a., was settled on Sir George Wheler, the traveller, though neither appears to have been a blood relative.
His heir concluded from his books that he must have been ‘a man of study and learning, curious and inquisitive’ Sir William Wheler, 1st Baronet (ca. – 6 August ) of the city of Westminster, was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between and He was knighted by the Lord Protector in and was made a baronet by King Charles II in WHELER, Sir FRANCIS (?–), admiral, born aboutwas the younger son of Sir Charles Wheler (d.
), second baronet, by Dorothy, daughter of Sir Francis Bindloss, and great-grandson of the sister of Sir Sackvill Trevor [q.
v.] and Sir Thomas Trevor [q. v.] His elder brother, Sir William, third baronet, was born in In this sweeping three-volume biography of Horatio Herbert Kitchener, better known as Lord Kitchener, SIR GEORGE ARTHUR ()shines a bright light on the British military leader and statesman who, during World War I, organized armies on an unprecedented scale and became famous as the face on British recruitment.
InRonald William Clark published a biography titled Sir Mortimer Wheeler. FitzRoy Somerset, 4th Baron Raglan, reviewed the volume for the journal Man, describing "this very readable little book" as being "adulatory" in tone, "but hardly more so than its subject deserves."Awards: Military Cross, Territorial Decoration.
The autobiography of Sir George Biddell Airy is currently the most thorough book on the subject. It makes accurate use of archival materials and is a good historical by: Sir Charles Wheler, 2nd Baronet (c.
–) of Birdingbury, Warwickshire, was an English cavalry office who served in the English and Spanish armies. In he was elected a Member of Parliament for constituency of Cambridge University. Biography (from the Greek words bios meaning "life", and graphein meaning "write") is a genre of literature and other forms of media like film, based on the written accounts of individual lives.
While a biography may focus on a subject of fiction or non-fiction, the term is usually in reference to non-fiction. As opposed to a profile or curriculum vitae, a biography.
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