3 edition of The letters of Dr. George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon found in the catalog.
The letters of Dr. George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon
|Statement||edited, with an introduction by Charles F. Mullett ...|
|Series||Huntington library publications|
|Contributions||Huntingdon, Selina Hastings, Countess of, 1707-1791., Mullett, Charles F., 1901- ed.|
|LC Classifications||R489.C45 A4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 64 p.|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||40033874|
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George Cheyne (8 April – 5 June ) was an early settler in the Great Southern region of Western Australia.. Cheyne was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in , the fourteenth of seventeen father, John Cheyne was a doctor and his mother was Margaret Edmonstone. He arrived in Fremantle aboard the Stirling with his wife and daughter, and a cargo of merchandise including a. Lady Huntington and her friends; or, The revival of the work of God in the days of Wesley, Whitefield, Romaine, Venn, and others in the last century by Helen C Knight (Book); The women of Methodism ; its three foundresses, Susanna Wesley, the Countess of Huntingdon, and Barbara Heck; with sketches of their female associates and successors in the early history of the denomination by Abel.
Washington, George Recipient Huntingdon, Selina Hastings, countess of Date 30 June Reference Cite as “From George Washington to the Countess of Huntingdon, 30 June ,” Founders Online, National Archives, accessed Septem Wild offers a sustained analysis of Cheyne's correspondence from the s and 40s with the Countess of Huntingdon and Samuel Richardson. He charts through these letters the development of Cheyne's distinctive therapeutic : Anita Guerrini.
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The letters of Dr. George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon (ISBN )Pages: The letters of Dr. George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon Unknown Binding – January 1, Author: George Cheyne. The letters of Dr.
George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon by George Cheyne. Published by Huntington library in San Marino, Calif. Written in EnglishPages: The letters of Dr. George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon by George Cheyne; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Correspondence, Early works toHistory, Medicine, Physicians; Places: England, Great Britain; People: George Cheyne (), Selina Hastings Huntingdon Countess of (); Times: 18th century.
The letters of Dr. George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon, Author: George Cheyne ; Selina Hastings Huntingdon, Countess of ; Charles F Mullett ; Lessing J. Rosenwald Reference Collection (Library of Congress). Resources by George Cheyne (28) The letters of Dr.
George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon / edited, with an introduction by Charles F. Mullett. Cheyne, George, [. The present volume contains his correspondences with Dr George Cheyne and Thomas Edwards, linked not only by their pronounced medical content but also by their generally unguarded character.
An early admirer of Richardson's Pamela (–41), Cheyne elicits some of the novelist's most significant statements concerning his own literary practice and : Samuel Richardson. The Letters of Dr. George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon by Mullett, George Cheyne (p.
Resources by Selina Hastings Huntingdon (21) The letters of Dr. George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon / edited, with an introduction by Charles F. Mullett. Cheyne, George, [ Book: ] At 3 libraries. C.F. Mullet, Introduction to The Letters of Dr.
George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon, (San Marino, CA, ), RC5 C.F. Mullet, Introduction to The Letters of Doctor George Cheyne to Samuel Richardson (), (University of Missouri Studies, 18, No. 1), (Columbia, MO, ). David Gregory commented that “it is talked that Dr Cheyn has stoln a great deal of his book of Religion from Dr Bentleys Sermons preached at Mr The Letters of Dr.
George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon (San Marino, Calif.: Huntington George Cheyne, and Newtonian physiology, – J Hist B – Cited by: There are 30 surviving letters written by Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon between and82 letters to Samuel Richardson between.
The correspondence from the large private practices of James Jurin, George Cheyne, and William Cullen opens a unique window on the doctor patient relationship in England and Scotland from this period.
The letters, many previously unpublished, reveal a changing rhetoric that mirrors contemporary shifts in medical theory and the patient's self-image. Exemplifying women's redefined role were Cheyne's patients Lady Elizabeth Hastings and the Countess of Huntingdon, as well as Hester Gibbon and Elizabeth Hutcheson, followers of his close friend Author: Anita Guerrini.
Mullett, CF, ed. The Letters of George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon. With Introduction by Charles F Mullett. San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, Google Scholar. Mullett, CF, ed. The Letters of George Cheyne to Samuel Richardson (–). With Introduction by Charles F Mullett. Medicine in Dr Samuel Johnson's Cited by: 1.
The Letters of Dr George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon, San Marino, Calif, Richardson’s prose is permeated with the language of the nerves which forms an intrinsic part of his version of sensibility; for his personal commentary about nerves, see Anna L.
Barbauld ed.,Cited by: 5.  Anita Guerrini () ‘The Hungry Soul’: George Cheyne and the construction of femininity, Eighteenth Century Studies, 32(3), p.  Huntington Library, HAHenry Hastings to Countess of Huntingdon 11 August Cited by: 1.
The Letters of Dr. George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon, ed. Charles F. Mullett (San Marino: Huntington Library, ), p. See also The English Malady, pp.
Full text of "Memorials of the Clayton unpublished correspondence of the Countess of Huntingdon, Lady Glenorchy, the Revs. John Newton, A. Toplady, etc., etc., etc". For useful biographical and bibliographical summaries that emphasize the later medical writings, see “George Cheyne,” in Dictionary of National Biography and charles F.
Mullet, introduction to The of Dr. George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon (san Marino, Calif., ) The best source for Cheyne’s early activities as a “Newtonian” is W.
Hiscock’s edition of Gregory’s Memoranda, publisdhed as. For a more successful relationship with the prominent Methodist Selina Hastings, countess of Huntingdon, see Mullet (ed.), The Letters of Dr.
George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon .CHEYNE, GEORGE: The Letters of Dr. George Cheyne to the Countess of Huntingdon.
Edited with an Introduction by Charles F. Mullett () $ These semiprofessional and social letters (ca. ) of "the Aberdeen Fal-staff" to the famous countess throw light upon the treatments and prescriptions of an enlightened physician of that day.Full text of "The women of Methodism: its three foundresses, Susanna Wesley, the Countess of Huntingdon, and Barbara Heck, with sketches of their female associates and successors in the early history of the denomination" See other formats.