3 edition of Memoirs Of The Life And Work Of Philip Pearsall Carpenter found in the catalog.
June 25, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|Contributions||Russell L. Carpenter (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||380|
Mary Carpenter was born on 3 April in Exeter. She died on 14 June and was buried in Arno's Vale, Bristol. Mary was founder of the ragged school movement.
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Excerpt from Memoirs of the Life and Work of Philip Pearsall Carpenter: Chiefly Derived From His Letters When I informed Dr. Martineau of my intention to prepare a Memoir of my brother, whom he had known from a child, he wrote I am truly glad that you propose to draw some more durable portrait of your dear brother Philip, than the slight sketches which have hitherto by: 2.
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Memoirs of the life and work of Philip Pearsall Carpenter, B.A., London, Ph.d., New York: chiefly derived from his letters. Carpenter, ed. Gray (London, ); “Description of (supposed) new species and varieties of shells, from the Californian and west Mexican coasts, principally in the collection of Hugh Cuming,” Zoological Society of London, Proceedings, XXIII (), –35; Memoirs of the life and work of.
CARPENTER, PHILIP PEARSALL (–), conchologist, youngest child of Lant Carpenter [q. v.], was born at Bristol in November His education began in his father's school, was continued at a proprietary institution called the Bristol College, and concluded at.
Book Description: Albert E. Huntington, New York, Papered boards. Memoirs of the Life and Work of Philip Pearsall Carpenter, R. A., London, Ph. D., Pages are clean with minimal toning. Contains several intext engravings.
Frontispiece portrait of Carpenter with tissue guard. Seller Inventory # GRP Bookseller. Carpenter,Russell Lant Title(s): Memoirs of the life and work of Philip Pearsall Carpenter chiefly derived from his by his brother, Russell Lant Carpenter, B. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, C.
Paul & co., Memoirs of the life and work of Philip Pearsall Carpenter, B.A., London, Ph.d., New York [electronic resource]: chiefly derived from his letters / (London: C. Kegan Paul & Co., ), by Philip P. Carpenter and Russell Lant Carpenter (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
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3 Published works. 6 External links. Morse was born in Portland, Maine as the son of a Congregationalist deacon who held strict Calvinist beliefs. His mother, who did not share her husband's religious beliefs, encouraged Born: JPortland, Maine, United States. The Memoirs capture a period especially interesting to the Christian Church and are designed to exhibit the character of one of the most successful Reformers.
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