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A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry by G. S Newth
Born in Plymouth (England), George Samuel Newth (1851-1936) was the son and one of four children of Dr the Rev Samuel Newth (1821- 1898), principal of New College, London, a noted Biblical scholar, non conformist and mathematician. [George Samuel Newth was brother to Kate NEWTH born c1846 Shropshire, Brother to Anne Elizabeth NEWTH born Mar 1844, registered Madeley Shropshire (Who married Samuel Edward BUTTENSHAW (1871) a secretary Islington), Brother to James Aldridge NEWTH Born Jun 1847 Plymouth, Devon - died 10 Aug 1923 Lane Cove Sydney buried Waverley cemetery (NZ)]. Newth wrote 5 books.
'Inorganic Chemistry' (the most popular and remembered of his 5 books) was first published in… Read more
Born in Plymouth, (England) George Samuel Newth (1851-1936) was the son of about five children of Samuel Newth, a noted Biblical scholar. This book is one of his 5 books published by Longman, Green & Company of London, England. 'Inorganic Chemistry' the most popular and remembered of his books was first published in 1894 although the earliest copy I have seen dates from 1896. It was revised and reprinted many times always with a green cover (with author updates to 1923 when Newth was 72), the oldest final version I have seen was printed in 1940- many editions are held in the British Library. Old copies can be found for sale quite reasonably priced from internet book suppliers. It is a… Read more
White Heat [1949] <b>DVD</b> ~ James Cagney
White Heat [1949] DVD ~ James Cagney
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This Cagney movie along with 'Angels with Dirty Faces' and 'The Roaring Twenties' are perhaps the best films made by Cagney. Excellant cast and fine performances throughout. A must buy for anyone who loves cinema.

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