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   Jardine
   William
   W. J. ;
   1. Jane Home Lizars (1xx-1871) ; 2. N. N.
   3 sons & 4 daughters, among them artist Catherine D. M. Jardine / Strickland (1825-1888)
   1800 in Edinburgh, Lothian
   1874
   Sandown, Isle of Wight
   
   son-in-law Hugh Strickland geologist/ornithologist; father-in-law Daniel Lizars, engraver
   medicine & natural history Univ. of Edinburgh; tutored by anatomist John Lizars, briefly by Audubon 1826
   United Kingdom
   Gideon Algernon Mantell (1790-1852) ; Selby: Illust. British Ornithology (1821-34) & W. J. & Jardine (1826-43) ; William Jardine: Gallinaeous Birds (1834) ; Naturalist's Library: Pigeons (1835), Parrots (1836) ; Contrib. Ornith (1848-52) ;
   Royal Scottish Acad. ; Roy Soc Edinburgh and London ;Royal Commission on Salmon Fisheries England & Wales, Edinb. Journal Natural Geographical Science
   etcher William Home Lizars ; artist P. J. Selby daughter Catherine ;
   natural, zoological, ornithological, and ichthyological drawing, painting, oils, watercolors, etching, papyrography, and lithography
   http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-ohcc6-qf9Y4/T75HS_SPt_I/AAAAAAAAFuA/DZQMqhXPMNY/s320/JardineWilliamThe+Naturalist%27s+Libraryelephantigerattack.jpg
   Royal Scottish Museum Edinburgh; British Museum Natural History
   AKL ; Sawyer 1971: 145 ; Christine E. Jackson 1989: chap. 15: 206f. ; C. E. Jackson: Fish in Art (London 2012: 216f.) ; Nissen: Zoolog. Buchillustration 1969/78 # 2682 ;
   Seventh baronet of Applegirth in Dumfriesshire.
   17471539
   
   





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