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Dr. James Currie and the French prisoners of war in Liverpool 1800-1801

Alfred de Curzon

Dr. James Currie and the French prisoners of war in Liverpool 1800-1801

from unpublished letters and reports kept at the London Record Office and at the Public library Liverpool

by Alfred de Curzon

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Published by Edward Howell in Liverpool .
Written in English

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James Currie FRS (31 May in Dumfriesshire, Scotland – 31 August in Sidmouth) was a Scottish physician, best known for his anthology and biography of Robert Burns and his medical reports on the use of water in the treatment of fever. A watercolour portrait by Horace Hone (–) is in the National Galleries of Scotland.

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Currie, James, The life and works of Robert Burns: as originally edited by James Currie. To which is prefixed, a review of the life of Burns, and of various criticisms on his character and writings / (New York: S. King, ), also by Robert Burns (page images at HathiTrust).

Revolutionary War Patriot, James Currie, was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania to John and Marion Currie of Dumfriesshire, Scotland. His military record gives his place and year of birth and lists his wives. He married Mary Katherine on in the Episcopal Church of.


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Reprisals also resulted in prisoner mistreatment. InGermany sent newly captured British and French prisoners to carry out forced labour on the Eastern Front in a reprisal action for the French sending German prisoners of war to camps in North Africa and the British using German prisoners as workers for the British army in France.

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Many of the prisoners at Laufen, a converted castle, were captured early in the war and had exceptionally hopeful dreams, said Deirdre Barrett, the. Inside the Jersey prison ship during the Revolutionary War (Library of Congress).

Co-authored with Don N. Hagist An inevitable facet of warfare is prisoners. During the American Revolution, thousands of soldiers and sailors were captured by each side and the prisoners suffered in many ways.

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Lost Civil War Prison Relive the Dig» In the fall of the Confederate Army marched Union prisoners into a hastily built compound called Camp Lawton in Jenkins County, Georgia. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (M), or click on a page image below to browse page by page.

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Includes views of American soldiers and medical personnel. The time came that all had been waiting for, and that was the announcement of the Minister of the Year.

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