bibliography of George Poulett Scrope

geologist, economist, and local historian
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Scrope, George Poulett, 1797-1876 -- Bibliography., Geology -- Bibliography., Economics -- Bibliography., Great Britain -- History -- Bibliogr

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Statementby Paul Sturges.
SeriesKress Library publication ;, no. 24
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LC ClassificationsZ8802.6 .S78 1984, QE26 .S78 1984
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Pagination83 p., [4] p. of plates :
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He was also one of the more able critics of features of the Ricardian economic orthodoxy which came to dominate that literature. Memoir Of The Life Of The Right Honourable Charles Lord Sydenham, G.C.B.

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Joseph Lowe (economist): Value of Money or in the Price of Commodities, which influenced George Poulett Neurath later praised this book as an attempt at a comprehensive. SCROPE, GEORGE JULIUS POULETT (–), geologist and political economist, was born on 10 Marchbeing the second son of John Poulett Thomson, head of the firm of Thomson, Bonar, & Co., Russia merchants, of Waverley Abbey, Surrey, and of Charlotte, daughter of Dr.

Jacob of Salisbury. George Poulett Scrope () was a British geologist who studied at Cambridge, where his teachers included Adam Sedgwick, and who became a close colleague of Charles Lyell. As an undergraduate he developed a lifelong fascination with volcanos, inspired by visits to Vesuvius and Etna.

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SCROPE, George Poulett () George Scrope was born George Julius Buncombe Thomson 10 March in London, and died near Cobham, Surrey 19 January He was the second son of the head of a firm trading with Russia, and brother of Charles, later Lord Sydenham, governor-general of the British Provinces in North America from Additional Physical Format: Online version: Scrope, George Poulett, Plan of a poor-law for Ireland.

London, J. Ridgway, (OCoLC) After a comfortable courtship, George Julius Poulett Thomson was married to Emma Phipps Scrope on Ma Emma Phipps was the heiress of William Scrope (phonetically Scroop) of Castle Combe, Wiltshire, which is northeast of Bath and east of Bristol. She was also the great-granddaughter of Sir Robert Long, 6th Baronet.

Scrope'. Much of his finest material appeared in the periodical 'Quarterly Review'. In accordance with Victorian convention, these articles carried no by-lines, bu t modern historical research has established quite convincingly that Scrope is the author of the contributions in question.

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Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ Reviews: 1. While a student, George Poulett Scrope () visited Vesuvius and Etna and developed a passionate enthusiasm for volcanos. He did pioneering fieldwork in France inwitnessed the eruption of Vesuvius inand was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in Scrope, George Poulett and Charles Edward Poulett Thomson Sydenham () Memoir of the Life of the Right Honourable Charles, Lord Sydenham, G.

B.: With a Narrative of His Administration in Canada, London: John Murray, p. Portraits of Charles Poulett-Thomson, Baron Sydenham at the National Portrait Gallery, London. George Poulett Scrope (–): VOLCANOES – THE ORIGIN OF VALLEYS was published in A Source Book in Geology, – on page George Julius Poulett Scrope FRS (10 March – 19 January ) was an English geologist and political economist as well as a magistrate for Stroud in Gloucestershire.

He was the second son of J. Poulett Thompson of Waverley Abbey, was educated at Harrow, and for a short time at Pembroke College, Oxford, but in he entered St John's College, Cambridge, graduating BA in.

George Poulett Scrope (–) was a British geologist who studied at Cambridge, where his teachers included Adam Sedgwick, and who became a close colleague of Charles Lyell. As an undergraduate he developed a lifelong fascination with volcanos, inspired by visits to Vesuvius and Etna.Browse books written by Writers Name.

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Scrope was a direct descendant of Richard le Scrope, 1st Baron Scrope of Bolton, and was the last male representative of his married, inEmma Long, daughter of Charles Long, of Grittleton, Wiltshire, and had an only daughter and heir, Emma Phipps; she married, inGeorge Poulett Thomson, who then assumed the name and arms of Scrope.