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DING 2015: “Geologist born in Dent, Yks, where he lived until he was 15 years old. He was then educated at Sedberh School, Cum., and later attended Trinity College, Cambridge. He eventually became Woodwardian Professor of Geology at Cambridge. In A Memorial by the Trustees of Cowgil Chapel (1868) he included two Appendixes, dictated from his armchair when he was already 80 years old, on Northern English and on the dialect of his birthplace."
Prof, Adam SEDGWICK (M: 1785 Mar 22 - 1873 Jan 27)
+ Elementary Text-book Of Zoology (w C F W CLAUS) [2v|n|1884]
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT HIS LIFE AND WORKS SEE
Clark, J.W. and T.M. Hughes. 1890. The Life and Letters of the Reverend Adam Sedgwick. Cambridge: University Press.
Petyt, Malcolm. 2014. "Adam Sedgewick on language and dialect: A Linguist's View". Sedbergh Historian [, accessed 21 April 2015]
Secord, J. A. 2013. 'Sedgwick, Adam (1785–1873). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: University Press. [, accessed 21 April 2015]
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