2 edition of Medical practitioners in the diocese of London found in the catalog.
Medical practitioners in the diocese of London
James Harvey Bloom
|Statement||by J. Harvey Bloom ... and R. Rutson James ...|
|Contributions||James, R. Rutson 1881- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||R488.L8 B5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, , 97,  p.|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||35030079|
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Book Description. First published inthis book presents a list of the licensed medical practitioners in the Diocese of London under the act of 3 Henry VIII, c.
11, covering the period – It will be of value to anyone with an interest in British history and the history of : R. Rutson James J. Harvey Bloom. Medical practitioners in the diocese of London, licensed under the act of 3 Henry VIII, C.
II; an annotated listAuthor: J Harvey Bloom ; R Rutson James. Medical Conflicts in Early Modern London: Patronage, Physicians, and Irregular Practitioners, (Oxford Studies in Social History): Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: J.H. Bloom and R.R.
James, Medical practitioners in the Diocese of London (as above) lists certificates issued for midwives inand There is. R R James, Medical practitioners in the Diocese of London (as above) lists Medical practitioners in the diocese of London book issued for midwives inand There is also a list of midwives appearing in Vicar Generals.
The licences for some dioceses have been printed, e.g. A.J. Willis, Canterbury Licences (General) () [FHL N2w]; J.H. Bloom & R.R. James, Medical Practitioners in the Diocese of London () [not in FHL] and F.C. Morgan, Lists of Schoolmasters and Surgeons Licensed by the Bishop of Hereford (Transactions of the Woolhope.
11 J. Harvey Bloom and R. Rutson James, Medical Practitioners in the Diocese of London, Licensed under the Act of 3 Henry VIII, C (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Medical practitioners in the diocese of London by J Harvey Bloom and R Rutson James, published Shelfmark: Quick Reference Collection BYD /BLO Full details in catalogue.
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The Diocese of London forms part of the Church of England's Province of Canterbury in England. Historically the diocese covered a large area north of the Thames and bordered the dioceses of Norwich and Lincoln to the north and west.
The present diocese covers square miles ( km 2) and 17 London boroughs, covering most of Greater London north of the Archdeaconries: Charing Cross; Hackney;.
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Dorgu was born in June in Burutu, Nigeria. From tohe studied at the College of Medicine, University of Lagos, graduating with Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degrees.
He then worked as a general practitioner (GP). InDorgu moved to the United Kingdom. From tohe studied theology at the London Church: Church of England. As the population of the two counties which make up the major part of the diocese in was in the region of10 this equates to approximately one licensed practitioner per 5, population every thirty years, a fraction of the overall practitioner/patient ratios of 1∶ noted for Norwich and 1∶ noted for London and rural East Cited by: 4.