John Parkinson

(1567—1650) apothecary and herbalist

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John Parkinson

PARKINSON, John (1872 - 1947)

Parkinson, John (1567–1650)

Parkinson, John (1567–1650)

Parkinson, John (1567–1650)

John Parkinson 1947–2012

Parkinson, John (1567–1650)

Parkinson, John (1567–1650)

Parkinson, John (1566/1567-1650), apothecary and herbalist

PARKINSON, John Allen (1870 - 1941), MP (Lab) Wigan since Dec. 1918

PARKINSON, John Wilson Henry (1877 - 1923), Colonial Civil Service

PARKINSON, Desmond John (1913 - 1996), Under-Secretary, Agricultural Research Council, 1971–73

Psychiatric Issues in Parkinson’s Disease. A Practical Guide
 Edited by Matthew Menza and Laura Marsh
 London and New York: Taylor & Francis, 2005. 340 pp, ISBN 1–84184–491–8. £55.00
 Dementia with Lewy Bodies and Parkinson’s Disease DementiaEdited by John O’Brien, Ian McKeith, David Ames and Edmond Chiu
 London and New York: Taylor & Francis, 2005. 264 pp, ISBN 1–84184–395–4. £75.00

PARKINSON, John Porter (1863 - 1930), Consulting Physician to Queen’s (late North-Eastern Hospital) for Children and to London Temperance Hospital; Consulting Physician to the Finchley Cottage Hospital

PARKINSON, John (1885 - 1976), Consultant Physician to Cardiac Department of London Hospital; Consulting Physician to the National Heart Hospital; Consulting Cardiologist to the Royal Air Force, 1931–56; hon. corresponding member French Society of Cardiology; foreign correspondent French Academy of Medicine; Hon. Member International Society of Cardiology; Hon. President European Society of Cardiology; ex-President Association of Physicians of Great Britain and Ireland (1950); President British Cardiac Society, 1951–55


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Apothecary to James I, herbalist, author of Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris, or A Garden of All Sorts of Pleasant Flowers which our English Air will Permit to Be ...

Subjects: Early Modern History (1500 to 1700) — Literature.

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