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John A Overs

(1808—1844) author and cabinet-maker


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Overs, John A. (1808-1844), author and cabinet-maker

Review: John Philoponus and the Controversies over Chalcedon in the Sixth Century. A Study and Translation of the ARBITER

England's first public museum — a triumph over nature and the East. The Museum Ashmolianum by John Dolben (1662–1710), recited at Encaenia 1679: edition, commentary and interpretation

Through the Eye of a Needle: Theological Conversations Over Political Economy. Edited by John Atherton and Hannah Skinner. Peterborough, UK: Epworth, 2007. xiv+274pp. £19.99 paper

A Necessary Evil? Slavery and the Debate over the Constitution. Ed. by John P. Kaminski. (Madison: Madison House, 1995. xii, 289 pp. Cloth, $32.95, ISBN 0-945612-16-8. Paper, $15.95, ISBN 0-945612-33-8.)

BAIRD, John Logie (1888 - 1946), inventor of the Televisor, the first practical television apparatus for the instantaneous transmission of scenes or objects over a distance by wire or wireless; also invented the Noctovisor, an apparatus for seeing in the dark by invisible rays; consulting technical adviser to Cable and Wireless Ltd since 1941; also Director John Logie Baird Ltd, and Capital and Provincial Cinemas Ltd

JARVIS, John (1876 - 1950), MP (U) Guildford Division of Surrey since 1935; Hon. Col RAMC; Hon. DCL (Durham); DL County of Surrey, 1936; Chairman, J. & A. Churchill, Ltd, publishers, Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth (Ironfounders) Ltd, and other companies; initiator of the Surrey Scheme to help the Distressed Area of Jarrow, subsequently starting five new industries on Tyneside, employing over 5000 men, of which companies he is Hon. Chairman; Freeman of the Borough of Jarrow

 
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