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us: Warren, Samuel, 1807-1877


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    • us: Author of The diary of a physician, 1807-1877
    • us: Diary of a physician, Author of The, 1807-1877
    • us: Sharp, Gustavus, 1807-1877
    • us: Barrister at law, 1807-1877
    • us: Warner, Warren, 1807-1877
  • Variants

    • us: Author of The diary of a physician, 1807-1877
    • us: Diary of a physician, Author of The, 1807-1877
    • us: Sharp, Gustavus, 1807-1877
    • us: Barrister at law, 1807-1877
    • us: Warner, Warren, 1807-1877
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1807-05-23
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1877-07-29
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Wrexham (Wales)
    • Death Place

        (naf) London (England)
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        eng
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    • found: His Ten thousand a year ... 1894.
    • found: Peake, R.B. Ten thousand a year, 1842?: t.p. (Author of The diary of a physician) [info from InU]
    • found: His The opium question, as between nation and nation, 1840: t.p. (a barrister at law)
    • found: Halkett & Laing (barrister at law, Samuel Warren)
    • found: His The experiences of a barrister, 1852: t.p. (Warren Warner, Esq., of the Inner Temple)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed January 27, 2016 (Samuel Warren (lawyer); Samuel Warren (23 May 1807 -- 29 July 1877); Welsh barrister, novelist and MP; born at Rackery Farm near Wrexham, Denbighshire; After studying at the Kingswood School, Bath he entered Edinburgh University to study medicine but then took up law, and became a barrister, wrote several legal text-books, and in 1852 was made Recorder of Hull; Warren sat in the House of Commons for Midhurst 1856--1859, and was a Master in Lunacy 1859--77. He was the author of Passages from the Diary of a late Physician, which appeared (1832--37) first in Blackwood's Magazine, as did also Ten Thousand a-Year (1839); he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in April 1835; He died in London) {https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Warren_%28lawyer%29}
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    • 1983-06-16: new
    • 2016-01-28: revised
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