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Fri Mar 21 17:07:32 2014 UTClccn-n801495230.00Stephen Hales. Mezzotint by J.McArdell after T. Hudson0.801.00Eloge de M. Hales17266522Stephen_Halesn 80149523529564Hales, ... 1677-1761Hales, Ethienne, 1677-1761Hales, EĢtienne 1677-1761Hales, Mr. (Stephen), 1677-1761Hales, Stefano 1677-1761Hales, Steph., 1677-1761Hales, Stephan 1677-1761Hales Stephano 1677-1761Hales, StephenHales, StevenHales, Steven, 1677-1761lccn-n50037925Darwin, FrancisSir1848-1925lccn-n79032879Austen, Jane1775-1817lccn-n79135218Galton, Francis1822-1911lccn-n80008515Darwin, George HowardSir1845-1912lccn-n50039811Clark-Kennedy, A. E.(Archibald Edmund)1893-1985lccn-n80125339Allan, D. G. C.lccn-n79063054Schofield, Robert E.lccn-n82027931Reid, Andrew-1767?lccn-n50026751Hartley, David1705-1757lccn-n87824325Trustees for Establishing the Colony of Georgia in AmericaHales, Stephen1677-1761BiographyHistorySermonsAir--AnalysisPlant physiologySeawater--DistillationHales, Stephen,VentilationMedicineUrinary organs--CalculiNatural historyShips--Heating and ventilationEnglandPhysiologistsClergyGreat BritainHemodynamicsDrinking of alcoholic beveragesAlcoholismAlcohol--Physiological effectEarthquakesAir--PollutionPhysiology, ComparativeWater--AerationWood tarTemperanceManners and customsFood--PreservationMineral watersGeorgiaMilk hygieneTar--Therapeutic useTurpentineTrustees for Establishing the Colony of Georgia in AmericaAir qualityDarwin, George Howard,--Sir,Austen, Jane,Galton, Francis,AlcoholicsPlants--Absorption of waterPlants--RespirationDrinking waterSermons, EnglishBladder--CalculiSeafaring lifeSurvivalBloodTarAir quality managementEngland--London--TeddingtonBlood pressureTheological anthropologyIntellectual life1677176117151719172017271731173317341735173617381739174017411742174317441745174717481749175017511752175317541755175617571758175917601761176217691774177617791780178917931800180718181858190419161917191919271929194119491950195119561961196419651967196919701977197819801981198519861987198919901992199920002004200520092010201120147669291925581.1AC4ocn691725116ocn863057902ocn469781343ocn457568122ocn46529081767651ocn065350565file17330.76Hales, StephenA friendly admonition to the drinkers of gin, brandy, and other distilled spirituous liquors with an humble representation of the necessity of restraining a vice so destructive of the industry, morals, health, and lives of the people : to which are added, in an appendix, directions ... to such as may be desirous to break off that ... habit of drinking drams49222ocn000087991book17270.70Hales, StephenVegetable staticksVegetation34938ocn745251936book17400.81Hales, StephenAn account of some experiments and observations on tar-water wherein is shown the quantity of tar that is therein. And also a Method proposed, both to abate that Quantity considerably, and to ascertain the Strength of the Tar-Water. Which was read before the Royal Society. By Stephen Hales, D.D.F.R.S33921ocn083361204file17500.84Hales, StephenSome considerations on the causes of earthquakes Which were read before the Royal Society, April 5, 1750. By Stephen Hales, D.D, F.R.S30827ocn008166325book17270.88Hales, StephenVegetable staticks, or, An account of some statical experiments on the sap in vegetables being an essay towards a natural history of vegetation : also, a specimen of an attempt to analyse the air, by a great variety of chymio-statical experiments : which were read at several meetings before the Royal Society29524ocn065349365file17560.86Hales, StephenAn account of a useful discovery to distill double the usual quantity of sea-water, by blowing showers of air up through the distilling liquor, and also to have the distilled water perfectly fresh and good by means of a little chalk and an account of the great benefit of ventilators in many instances, in preserving the health and lives of people, in slave and other transport ships ... : also an account of the good effect of blowing showers of air up through milk, thereby to cure the ill taste which is occasioned by some kinds of food of cows27426ocn008206737book17390.88Hales, StephenPhilosophical experiments containing useful and necessary instructions for such as undertake long voyages at sea : which were read before the Royal-Society, at several of their meetingsHistory22130ocn008470443book17430.90Hales, StephenA description of ventilators whereby great quantities of fresh air may with ease be conveyed into mines, gaols, hospitals, work-houses and ships, in exchange for their noxious air : an account also of their great usefulness in many other respects, as in preserving all sorts of grain dry, sweet, and free from being destroyed by weevels, both in grainaries and ships, and in preserving many other sorts of goods : as also in drying corn, malt, hop, gun-powder, &c., and for many other useful purposes2119ocn012668248book19640.84Hales, StephenStatical essays, containing Haemastaticks19710ocn065345480file17430.86Hales, StephenA description of ventilators whereby great quantities of fresh air may with ease be conveyed into mines, goals, hospitals, work-houses and ships, in exchange for their noxious air : an account also of their great usefulness in many other respects : as in preserving all sorts of grain dry, sweet, and free from being destroyed by weevels, both in grainaries and ships, and in preserving many other sorts of goods : as also in drying corn, malt, hop, gun-powder, &c., and for many other useful purposes, which was read before the Royal Society in May, 174119313ocn642170783file17400.70Hales, StephenStatical essays containing hæmastatics; or, an account of some hydraulic and hydrostatical experiments made on the blood and blood-vessels of animals. ... To which is added, an appendix ... With an index to both volumes. Vol. II. By Stephen Hales1436ocn065342492file17340.90Hales, StephenA sermon preached before the Trustees for Establishing the Colony of Georgia in America and before the associates of the late Rev. Dr. Thomas Bray, for converting the negroes in the British plantations, and for other good purposes; at their anniversary meeting in the parish church of St. Brides, Fleet-street, on Thursday, March 21, 1734History14211ocn065347091file17580.92Hales, StephenA treatise on ventilators wherein an account is given of the happy effects of many trials that have been made of them ... in refreshing the noxious air of ships, hospitals and mines ... in preserving the timbers of ships ... in easily sweetening stinking cask water and curing the ill taste of milk ... in new methods of distilling ... in refreshing ... hot green-houses : and in several other useful improvements14019ocn642518614com17400.79Hales, StephenAn account of some experiments and observations on Mrs. Stephens's medicines for dissolving the stone wherein Their Dissolving Power is inquir'd into, and shown. By Stephen Hales, D.D.F.R.S. Rector of Faringdon, Hampshire ; and Minister of Teddington, Middlesex. To which is added, a supplement to a pamphlet, intitled, A view of the present evidence for and against Mrs. Stephens's medicines, &c. Being A Collection of some Particulars relating to the Discovery of these Medicines, their Publication, Use and Efficacy. By David Hartley, M.A.F.R.S1384ocn509791738file17620.63Hales, StephenA New-Years-gift to dram-drinkers Being an earnest address to them; from the Late Reverend Stephen Hales D.D. Fellow of the Royal Society, and clerk of the closet to Her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Wales. Reprinted out of his 2d volume on ventilators. To which is prefixed an epistle to them, by William Henry, D.D.F.R.S. dean of Killaloe and chaplain to His Excellency George Earl of Halifax lord lieutenant of Ireland13813ocn745215513com17510.79Hales, StephenThe wisdom and goodness of God in the formation of man. Being an anniversary sermon preached before the Royal College of Physicians, London, in the Church of St. Mary le-Bow, on September 21st, 1751. According to the Institution of Dr. Croun, and his Widow the Lady Sadlier. By Stephen Hales, D.D.F.R.S. Clerk of the Closet to her Royal Highness the Princess of WalesSermons13219ocn642169514file17310.73Hales, StephenStatical essays containing vegetable statics; or, an account of some statical experiments on the sap in vegetables. Being an essay towards a natural history of vegetation: Of Use to those who are curious in the Culture and Improvement of Gardening, &c. Also a specimen of an attempt to analyse the air, by a great Variety of Chymio-Statical Experiments, which were read at several Meetings before the Royal Society. Vol. I. By Stephen Hales, D.D.F.R.S. Rector of Farringdon, Hampshire, and Minister of Teddington, Middlesex11914ocn642351174file17580.76Hales, StephenA treatise on ventilators. Wherein an account is given of the happy effects of many trials that have been made of them ; which has occasioned their being received, with general Approbation and Applause, on account of their Utility in many ways, to the great Benefit of Mankind, viz. In refreshing the Noxious Air of Ships, Hospitals and Mines, to the better Preservation of the Health and Lives of Multitudes. In preserving the Timbers of Ships much the longer from decaying. In easily sweetening stinking Cask Water and curing the ill Taste of Milk, from some Food of Cows. In new Methods of distilling Plenty of good Water at Sea. In refreshing the Air, and keeping up, and regulating, the Warmth of Melon and Cucumber Frames, and hot Green-Houses. And in several other useful Improvements. Part first. By Stephen Hales, D.D. Clerk of the Closet to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, F.R.S. and Member of the Royal Academies of Sciences at Paris and Bolognia1142ocn642256660file17560.73Hales, StephenAn account of a useful discovery to distill double the usual quantity of sea-water by blowing showers of air up through the distilling liquor: and an account of the great benefit of ventilators in many Instances, in preserving the Health and Lives of People, in Slave and other Transport Ships, which were read before the Royal Society. Also An Account of the good Effect of blowing Showers of Air up through Milk, thereby to cure the ill Taste which is occasioned by some Kinds of Food of Cows. By Stephen Hales, D.D.F.R.S. Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris, and Clerk of the Closet to Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales. The second edition. With an appendix ; in which is an account of some farther considerable improvements made in the Method of procuring Plenty of Fresh-Water at Sea, viz. three Parts in four more than in the common Methods of Distilling: Also a farther Account of more Instances and Proofs of the good Effect of Ventilators in Ships: As also of the curing, in a few Minutes, the ill Taste of Turnip Milk, and of musty Liquors. Also, with great Ease, presently to make Cream or Milk Sillabubs, viz. by blowing Showers of Air up through them10717ocn005183619book17310.90Hales, StephenStatical essays ...4079ocn000005871book19170.66Darwin, FrancisRustic sounds, and other studies in literature and natural history2727ocn003963663book19290.86Clark-Kennedy, A. EStephen Hales, D.D., F.R.S., an eighteenth century biographyBiography2252ocn007249637book19800.81Allan, D. G. CStephen Hales, Scientist and philanthropistBiography91ocn057600291book20040.95Allan, D. G. CScience, philanthropy and religion in 18th century Teddington : Stephen Hales DD, FRS, 1677-1761HistoryBiography93ocn012710558book19040.96Dawson, Percy MThe biography of Stephen Hales, D.D., F.R.S73ocn013145088book19040.97Dawson, Percy MStephen Hales, the physiologist51ocn228745301book17470.76Berkeley, GeorgeTwo letters from the Right Reverend Dr. George Berkeley ... the one to Thomas Prior, Esq ; concerning the usefulness of tar-water in the plague. ... The other to the Rev. Dr. Hales, on the benefit of tar-water in fevers41ocn014336806book17450.96Rutty, JohnAn account of some new experiments and observations on Joanna Stephens's medicine for the stone: with some hints for reducing it from an empirical to a rational use. With remarks on Dr. Hales's experiments on the same subject, and some additional experiments on the comparative efficacy of divers other medicines, as lithontripticks. Presented to the Royal Society Jan. 14 1741-241ocn517268734book19290.73Clark-Kennedy, A. EStephen Hales; an eighteenth century biographyHistoryBiographyHales, Stephen31ocn018031440book19160.92Fraser-Harris, David FraserStephen Hales, the pioneer in the hygiene of ventilationHistory31ocn223115146book19490.59Woglom, William HenryDiscoverers for medicineHistory21ocn035258387book17621.00Eloge de M. HalesBiography21ocn054191966book17420.73Rutty, JohnAn account of some new experiments and observations on Joanna Stephens's medicine for the stone ...21ocn610333424book17400.47Hales, StephenStatical essays, containing Haemastaticks or, an account of some hydraulic and hydrostatical experiments made on the blood and blood-vessels of animals11ocn779557369visuCotes, FrancisStephen Hales; with a vignette of his experiments on plant physiology. Line engraving by J. Hopwood, 1807, after CotesPhysiologist and inventor, curate of Teddington, Fellow of the Royal Society, and a founder of the Royal Society of Arts11ocn040389678book1986Stephen Hales 1677-1761 : a short biography and note on the restoration of the memorial floor11ocn041468129visu1.00Office of Charles and Ray EamesPhotographs for an exhibition ("Philosophical Gardens")Photographs created to document and design exhibition sponsored by IBM. Images used to show how scientific study of plants was influenced by the study of astronomy in seventeenth century England. Includes many copy photographs of books (ca. 1664-1944) and engravings (ca. 1664-1800), many featuring the work of naturalist Stephen Hales and engraver Robert Hooke, showing details of plants and flowers; and photographs of plants, trees, branches, and flowers (including close-up and microscopic views); buildings of Hampton Court, England; Eames office staff at work on exhibit, and views of the exhibit and people viewing the exhibit11ocn067405093book19271.00Name Day Feast of the College of Corpus Christi and the Blessed Mary the Virgin at Cambridge June 16, 192711ocn122424785mix1.00Hales familyHales historiesTypewritten copies of histories of four brothers, converts to Mormonism and early settlers of Utah11ocn779557368visuStephen Hales. Mezzotint by J.McArdell after T. HudsonFri Mar 21 15:18:56 EDT 2014batch37180