P.P. Arnold

(b. 1946)

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The Psychology of Group Aggression, Arnold, P. Goldstein, Chichester, John Wiley & Sons, 2002, pp. 192, ISBN 0 470 84516 3

The Companion to Latin American Studies. Ed. Philip Swanson. London: Arnold, 2003. xii + 260 p. £45 (hardback); £15.99 (paperback). ISBN 0–340–80681–8/80682–6

Practical Approach to Pediatric Intensive Care. P. Khilnani (editor). Published by Hodder Arnold, London. Pp. 802; indexed; illustrated. Price £69.00. ISBN 0-340-90582-4.

Head Injury—Pathophysiology and Management, 2nd Edn. P. L. Reilly and R. Bullock (editors). Published by Hodder Arnold, London. Pp. 501; indexed; illustrated. Price £145.00. ISBN 0-340-80724-5

Techniques in Extracorporeal Circulation, 4th Edn. P. H. Kay and C. M. Munsch (editors). Published by Arnold, London. Pp. 354; indexed; illustrated. Price £110.00. ISBN 0-340-80723-7.

The Various Versions of the Historia aliquot Martyrum Anglorum maxime octodecim Cartusianorum sub rege Henrico Octavo ob Fidei Confessionem et Summa Pontificis Jura Vindicanda interemptorum by Dom Maurice Chauncy. Volume 1. Edited by John Clark. Introduction by Peter Cunich. Volume 2: Dom Maurice Chauncy and the London Charterhouse. By John P. H. Clark. The Montreuil Edition of 1888, based on the Mainz Edition of 1550. The Passio Minor, Segreto Archivio Vaticano, Miscellanea, Armadio LXIV, Vol. 28, ff. 213–239. Volume 3: Passio Sanctorum Patrum Cartusianorum Angliae 1570. Historia Martyrii Octodecim Cartusianorum Anglorum sub Rege Angliae Henrico VIII, Anno Domini 1535. 1537. & 1541, crudeliter interfectorum; edita primum à Reuerendo P.F. MAVRICIO CHANCEO … Version of Dom Arnold Havensius. Edited by John Clark.

CHAPLIN, (T. H.) Arnold (1864 - 1944), Consulting Physician, London Chest Hospital; late Medical Inspector, P. & O., British India, and New Zealand Shipping Companies; Fitzpatrick Lecturer at the Royal College of Physicians on the History of Medicine, 1917 and 1918; Harveian Librarian since 1918, Royal College of Physicians, Harveian Orator Royal College of Physicians, London, 1922; President, Section for History of Medicine, Royal Society of Medicine, 1923–24; Chairman, Board of Trade Committee for the revision of the Scales of Drugs on board ship; President, Section History of Medicine, BMA Meeting at Oxford, 1936


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