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1880s - Technology
1882 James Atkinson of Hampstead, London, England invented the Atkinson cycle engine. 1882–1883 James Wimshurst of Poplar, London, England 1882–1883 John Hopkinson of Manchester, England patents the three-phase electric power system in. 1887 William Thomson (later Baron Kelvin) of Belfast, Ireland introduces the multicellular voltmeter ...
James Thomson - Other Professions
... James Thomson (minister) (1768–1855), Scottish editor of the Encyclopædia Britannica James Thomson (calico printer) (1779–1850), English industrial chemist James Thomson (mathematician) (17 ... Thomson (1878–1959), American newspaper publisher James Allan Thomson (1881–1928), New Zealand geologist, scientific administrator and museum director James Noel Thomson (1888–1979), officer in the British ... Thomson (1892–1972), President of the University of Saskatchewan and Moderator of the United Church of Canada James Beveridge Thomson (1902-1983), Chief Justice of the Federal Court of ...
Richmond Park - Plantings and Memorials - James Thomson
... The seat is inscribed with lines by James Thomson, the 18th century Scottish poet best known for writing the words to "Rule Britannia!" who, towards the end of his life, lived in Richmond ... north eastern end of Pembroke Lodge Gardens there is another memorial to Thomson, who died at Richmond in 1748 ... The board has a poem about Thomson by the writer and historian John Heneage Jesse ...
Thomson (surname) - List of Persons With The Surname
... Adam Thomson (disambiguation) Alexander Thomson (1817–1875), Scottish architect Andrew Thomson (disambiguation) Beverly Thomson (born 1966), Canadian journalist Bob Thomson, English ... Thomson (Sir Joseph John Thomson, 1856–1940), English physicist who discovered the electron J ... Archer Thomson (1863–1913), British rock-climber and mountaineer James Thomson (disambiguation), several people James Thomson (poet) (1700–1748), poet of the eighteenth century, author ...
Descriptive Poetry - James Thomson
... be considered as the most important and the most successful, is The Seasons (1726–1730) of James Thomson ... A great part of Thomson's poem is nothing more nor less than a skillfully varied catalogue of natural phenomena ... Yet Thomson succeeds, as few other poets of his class have succeeded, in producing nobly-massed effects and comprehensive beauties such as were utterly unknown to his ...

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    The mighty river flowing dark and deep,
    With ebb and flood from the remote sea-tides
    Vague-sounding through the City’s sleepless sleep,
    Is named the River of the Suicides;
    —James Thomson (1834–1882)

    The work of Henry James has always seemed divisible by a simple dynastic arrangement into three reigns: James I, James II, and the Old Pretender.
    Philip Guedalla (1889–1944)