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us: Hamilton, Edward, 1815-1903

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        London, England
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        • Organization: (naf) Linnean Society of London
        • Organization: (naf) London Homoeopathic Hospital
        • Organization: (naf) Zoological Society of London
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        (naf) Linnean Society of London
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        (naf) London Homoeopathic Hospital
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        (naf) Zoological Society of London
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        • Organization: British Homoeopathic Society
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        British Homoeopathic Society
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    • found: His The flora homoeopathica, c1981: t.p. (Edward Hamilton, M.D., F.L.S.) pub. info. (deceased)
    • found: LC data base, 8/19/87 (hdg.: Hamilton, Edward, 1824-1899)
    • found: The flora homoeopathica. Vol. 1, 1852: t.p. (Edward Hamilton, M.D., F.L.S., F.Z.S.; member of the British Homoeopathic Society; physician to the London Homoeopathic Hospital, etc.)
    • found: Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London, vol. 116 (1903-1904): pp. 33-34, obit. (Dr. Edward Hamilton, born 1815, died 3 Aug. 1903 in South Kensington; he was educated at University College London and was one of the first to practice homoeopathy in London, being a pupil and friend of Dr. F.F. Quin; he was a vice-president of the Zoological Society for twenty years; his principal publication was "Flora homoeopathica" published in two vols in 1852-53; he was attached to field sports all his life and also took an interest in artistic matters; his publications incl. "A catalogue raisonnĂ© of the engraved works of Sir Joshua Reynolds", "The river-side naturalist", "The wild cat of Europe", and he also edited his brother's "Records of sport in Southern India")
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    • [This authority record previously used the author dates 1824-1899 which, however, relate to a different author of the same name, i.e. Edward Hamilton, MD, FRCSI, surgeon to Steevens's Hospital, Dublin [see nb2012025774]]
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