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Gideon Delaune and his family circle

F. N. L. Poynter

Gideon Delaune and his family circle

by F. N. L. Poynter

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Published by Wellcome Historical Medical Library in [London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Delaune, Gideon, 1565-1659.,
    • Pharmacists -- Great Britain.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby F. N. L. Poynter.
      SeriesGideon Delaune lecture, 7, Wellcome Historical Medical Library. Lecture series no. 2
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRS73.D44 P68
      The Physical Object
      Pagination30 p.
      Number of Pages30
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5122105M
      LC Control Number74195632

      A Catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library. 1 copy; Gideon Delaune and his family circle, (Gideon Delaune lecture) 1 copy; Medical History (A Quarterly Journal devoted to the History and 1 copy. Delaune served as Master in /9 and /7 and was instrumental in obtaining the site of the Society's Hall in Blackfriars Lane. The Delaune and Chamberlen families were linked by marriage. Gideon Delaune married Judith Chamberlen and his sister Sarah married her cousin Peter Chamberlen the Younger [] (see Case 3).

      Gideon (/ ˈ ɡ ɪ d i ə n /) or Gedeon, also named Jerubbaal and Jerubbesheth, was a military leader, judge and prophet whose calling and victory over the Midianites are recounted in chapters 6 to 8 of the Book of Judges in the Hebrew Bible.. Gideon was the son of Joash, from the Abiezrite clan in the tribe of Manasseh and lived in Ephra (Ophrah). As a leader of the Israelites, he won a Parent(s): Joash (father). Gideon Maslow is the owner of the world biggest business empire, Maslow Enterprises. He is ruthless and had the power to destroy anyone with just a snap of his fingers. In his circle, he is regarded as Dark Royalty. Despite having everything, what he wanted was an heir, who would inherit his .

        So, it is with great surprise that we see Gideon go on to compromise his faith by requesting they all contribute gold from the plunder of the battle so he could create an “ephod,” a breastplate or mask used in cultic worship (Judges ). And, as we see in ve it became a snare to Gideon and his family.   Gideon shook his head and I knew that there was no convincing him. My heart sank, I had to find some other way to get the money. I couldn’t let Nico, my little brother, my only family suffer for much longer, I was just going to have to find a decent paying job. “I’m sorry Ms. Gardner, I just don’t think you’re the right woman for me/5.


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(Frederick Noël Lawrence), Gideon Delaune and his family circle. [London, Wellcome Historical Medical Library, ]. Gideon DeLaune, Royal Apothecary, founding member and benefactor of London's Society of Apothecaries, the best-known and longest-lived scion of a significant Huguenot family.

Born in France, he lived almost all his life in England, arriving as a. Gideon Delaune and his family circle. [F N L Poynter] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. The DeLaunes of Blackfriars - Gideon DeLaune and his family circle revisited. By the time the DeLaunes settled there, Blackfriars had become home to a large number of London's most eminent aliens as well as native-born notables.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Frederick Noel Lawrence Poynter. Gideon DELAUNE () was the son of William DELAUNE Huguenot refugee who came to England in about after the St.

Bartholomew's day massacre in Paris. William was both a preacher and physician who brought a messuage in the Blackfriars 'called the Square Tower sometime called the Church porch' and the little gateroom adjoining, formerly.

Gideon Delaune and his Family Circle (The Gideon Delaune Lecture for ), by F. Poynter, London, Wellcome Historical Medical Library,pp, illus., 3s.

DELAUNE or DELAWNE, GIDEON (?–), apothecary, eldest son of William Delaune [q. v.], a French protestant pastor, was born at Rheims in or about He accompanied his father to this country, and was appointed apothecary to Anne of Denmark, queen of James I.

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Poynter FNL, Gideon DeLaune and his family circle, The Gideon DeLaune lecture forThe Wellcome Historical Medical Library, London Google Scholar Cited by: 1. Gideon Delaune and his Family Circle - CORE Reader.

To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal : Arthur S. Macnalty. Gideon Delaune and his Family Circle. Macnalty AS. Medical History, 01 Jan10(1): PMCID: PMC Review Free to read & use. Share this article Share with email Share with twitter Share with linkedin Share with facebook.

Abstract. No abstract provided. Free full text. Cited by: 1. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. S - Gideon De Laune, Minister and Apothecary to Queen Anne, bought Sharsted Court for his son Abraham B France d S – Gideon Delaune b.

France S – Gideon DeLaune, bFrance d.wife unknown, born in France S – Daniel Dulaney, b. Queens Co., Ireland, d F. Poynter. Gideon Delaune and his Family Circle. (Seventh Gideon Delaune Lecture, ).

London: The Wellcome Historical Medical Library (Lecture Series No. 2), 30 pp. Gideon Delaune was born in Rheims in and was brought to England by his physician-minister father after the Massacre of St. Bartholomew (). He. I am in the process of trying to borrow through interlibrary loan a lecture made in (?) called, "Gideon Delaune and His Family Circle".

It's listed as part of medical history and looks like he was an apothecary. I'll let you know what I find out. Jeanne Delaney.Gideon was afraid when he saw this; but the Lord said to him: "Peace be unto you, Gideon, do not fear, for I am with you." On the spot where the Lord appeared to Gideon, under an oak tree, near the village of Ophrah, in the tribe-land of Manasseh, Gideon built an altar and called it .F.

N. L. Poynter, Gideon Delaune and His Family Circle (London, ); Google Scholar M. Barber, Directory of Medical Licenses Issued by the Archbishop of Canterbury, 2 vols (Lambeth Palace Library, typescript, –), ii, no.

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