1 edition of Autobiography of A.B. Granville found in the catalog.
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|Statement||edited with a brief account of the last years of his life, by his youngest daughter, Paulina B. Granville|
|Contributions||Granville, Paulina Bozzi|
|LC Classifications||R489 G75 A3 1874|
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[A B Granville; Paulina Bozzi Granville]. Augustus Bozzi Granville MD, FRS (born Augusto Bozzi, 7 October – 3 March ) was a physician, writer, and Italian patriot. Born in Milan, he studied medicine before leaving to avoid being enlisted in Napoleon's army. After practicing medicine in Greece, Turkey, Spain, and Portugal, he joined the British Navy and sailed to the West he learned English and married an.
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Augustus Granville Dill (Novem — March 8, ), was born in Portsmouth, parents were John and Elizabeth Jackson. He received his BA from Atlanta University inreceived a second BA from Harvard inand received his MA in from Harvard.
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