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Hamilton, Edward, 1815-1903

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Personal name headingHamilton, Edward, 1815-1903
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Associated placeLondon, England
Birth date1815
Death date19030803
Field of activityHomeopathy
AffiliationLinnean Society of London London Homoeopathic Hospital Zoological Society of London
British Homoeopathic Society
Profession or occupationHomeopathic physicians
Special noteThis 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]
Found inHis The flora homoeopathica, c1981: t.p. (Edward Hamilton, M.D., F.L.S.) pub. info. (deceased)
LC data base, 8/19/87 (hdg.: Hamilton, Edward, 1824-1899)
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.)
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 raisonneĢ 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")
Associated languageeng