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James Losh

Jeffrey Smith

James Losh

his ideas in relation to his circle and his time

by Jeffrey Smith

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Published .
Written in English


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Statementby Jeffrey Smith.
SeriesPh.D Thesis, Theses (University of Northumbria at Newcastle)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19490510M

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  My father, Ferdinand Hasenstab, passed away recently and I was trying to find and notify one of his best friends, James W. Losh, graduate of Chaminade High School in the class of If this guest book tribute is for this Jim Losh, my deepest condolences for the family. Summary: James Losh is 71 years old and was born on 06/19/ Before moving to James's current city of Barto, PA, James lived in Boyertown PA. Sometimes James goes by various nickname including James C Losh.

James Losh (–) was an English lawyer, reformer and Unitarian in Newcastle upon Tyne. In politics, he was a significant contact in the North East for the national Whig leadership. William Wordsworth the poet called Losh in a letter of "my candid and enlightened friend".   There is also a memorial statue of James Losh () in the centre, a well-known lawyer, reformer, abolitionist and businessman who was vice-president of the Lit & .


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Speeches Of James Losh, Esq., And The Rev. William Knibb, On The Immediate Abolition Of British Colonial Slavery. Book Description Diaries offer us the rare privilege of seeing the world through someone else’s eyes, and James Losh’s writings spanning the period to do just that.

To describe them simply as “weather diaries” is, however, to overlook the wider range of his critical and always informed eye. This book is about the weather diaries of one of those exceptional recorders, James Losh, who very diligently recorded the weather in his Jesmond property between andand whose legacy is seven volumes of his weather diaries that survive in Newcastle’s Literary & Philosophical Society.

Table General weather vocabulary from James Losh’s diary. Most of these terms were, at one stage or another, qualified with adjectives such as “very”, “extremely” or “frequent” and were often used in combination, e.g. “calm and cloudy”. James Losh was the eldest of Sarah's uncles.

After the death of John Losh, he concerned himself with the welfare of his nieces and made regular visits to Woodside. He was a radical and a political and social reformer and a friend of Wordsworth, Southey and Coleridge and many other significant writers and thinkers. He was a Unitarian, and.

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James Losh, portrait by James Ramsay James Losh (–) was an English lawyer, reformer and Unitarian in Newcastle upon Tyne. In politics, he was a significant contact in the North East for the national Whig leadership. William Wordsworth the poet called Losh in a letter of "my candid and enlightened friend".

A pleasant tradition has it that when walking the perilous Paris streets at the height of the Terror ofthe lordly Losh owed his survival to the protection of Marat.

Something of a literary figure himself, Losh published an edition of Milton's Areopagitica and a translation of one of Benjamin Constant's political works. View the profiles of people named Jim Losh. Join Facebook to connect with Jim Losh and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and.

James Losh () James Losh byLit & Phil Newcastle, Photo: Pam Forbes For James Losh employment by the Beaumonts came towards the end of a long and successful career. As the second son in a minor gentry family from Wreay in.

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in the Guildhall, Newcastle upon Tyne, on the 31st March, For the. Losh, James, Diaries and correspondence. Durham, Published for the Society by Andrews, (OCoLC) Named Person: James Losh: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Losh; Edward Hughes.

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Losh, graduate of Chaminade High School in the class of If this. LOSH. K likes. Tech House/ G House/ Brazilian Bass. Frank was preceded in death by his loving wife, Stella on May 4,his sons, Frank and James Losh, step-son Jack Davis and by brothers, Richard and Michael Losh.

" W. to James Losh" published on by null. Scope/Content: Manuscript cookbook apparently written by a 17th century member of the Losh family. Recipes are written in one uniform 17th century hand and are listed in an index at the end of the volume.

In addition to cookery and medical recipes, there are also several recipes for inks and paints. The author is unknown but was probably a member of the Losh family of .Summary: James Losh is 50 years old and was born on 06/11/ Previous to James's current city of Clarksburg, WV, James Losh lived in Bridgeport WV.

Mike Losh, James M Losh and James Michael Losh are some of the alias or nicknames that James has used.Get this from a library! The James Losh Diaries, Life and Weather in Early Nineteenth Century Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Deborah Smith] -- Diaries offer us the rare privilege of seeing the world through someone else's eyes, and James Losh's writings spanning the period to do just that.

To describe them simply as ""weather.