1 edition of Patrick Neill, 1776-1851 found in the catalog.
Patrick Neill, 1776-1851
Forbes W. Robertson
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Forbes W. Robertson|
|LC Classifications||SB470.N45 R63 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||2011508316|
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Patrick Neill, doyen of Scottish horticulture Neill, Patrick, Robertson, Forbes W., Neill, Patrick This volume chronicles the activities of one of the most important Scotsmen of the 19th century. Get this from a library.
Patrick Neill, doyen of Scottish horticulture. [Forbes W Robertson] -- This volume chronicles the activities of one of the most important Scotsmen of the 19th century. One of the key figures in the history of Scottish horticulture by virtue of his widespread and lasting.
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NEILL, PATRICK (–), naturalist, was born in Edinburgh on 25 Oct. and spent his life in that city. He became the head of the large printing firm of Neill & Co., but during the last thirty years of his life he took little active part in its management.
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Patrick Neill FRSE FSA Scot FLS MWS (25 October – 3 September ) was a Scottish printer and horticulturalist, known as a naturalist. A founding member, and the first secretary, of both the Wernerian Natural History Society (–49) and the Caledonian Horticultural Society (–49), he is mainly remembered today for having endowed the Neill Medal of the Royal 1776-1851 book of Edinburgh.
Bound with a copy of his paper on Fishes, first read to the Wernerian Natural History Society inand inscribed 'With best compliments from PN'.
Patrick Neill () was a printer who became particularly known for his 'interests' in botany and horticulture. Blair was probably one of Neill's company. Neill left three young children, John, James, and Sarah, of whom John was to be brought up to his father's business by Blow.
Patrick Neill (–) [q. v.] is said to have been a descendant of Neill. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Neill, Patrick, Fruit, flower, and kitchen garden.
Philadelphia: H.C. Baird, (OCoLC) Title. The fruit, flower, and kitchen garden. Neill, Patrick, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. NAME AUTHORITIES: LOC: Neill, Patrick, NRA: Neill Patrick () Naturalist LBT ID: PaNeill VIAF ID: LOC ID: n B/BAP: DIED: SOURCES: Scottish Book Trade Index (web); Benjamin William Crombie, Modern Athenians: a Series of Original Portraits of Memorable Citizens (); Virtual International Authority File; LOC Name.
Patrick Neill (–), Scottish printer and horticulturalist, known as a naturalist. A founding member, and the first secretary, of both the Wernerian Natural History Society (–49) and the Caledonian Horticultural Society (–49), he is mainly remembered today for having endowed the Neill Medal of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
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Head of the largest printing fi rm in Edinburgh, he contrived to delegate the daily running of the business to a devoted man-ager and eventual partner, leaving himself free to pursue his major interests in horticulture, botany and natural history.
Edinburgh, London: A Constable and Company, and John Murray, A fair copy of Patrick Neill's description of his tour in Orkney and Shetland in contemporary half leather binding. Bound with a copy of his paper on Fishes, first read to the Wernerian.
John Hope (–) and Patrick Neill (–) both lived and worked in Edinburgh, and they were also both passionate about plants. Hope studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh and later became Professor of Medicine and Botany there, while continuing to practice medicine.
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A Tour Through Some of the Islands of Orkney and Shetland, With a View Chiefly to Objects of Natural History, but Including Also Occasional Remarks on.Patrick Neill () was a Scottish printer and horticulturist and a founder of the Caledonian Horticulture Society.
He and two other members sought to bring back fruits and vegetables which might be introduced into Scotland and documented public and private gardens including Malmaison (former residence of Empress Josephine) as well as.Author of Administrative justice, The practical fruit, flower and vegetable gardener's companion, Journal of a Horticultural Tour Through Some Parts of Flanders, Holland, and., Account of the Ayrshire rose, Proofs that the beaver was formerly a native of Scotland, Account of a remarkable shower of hail which fell in Orkney on the 24th of July