Edward BirchEdward Birch (17 May 1809 - 9 August 1886) was the inaugural Archdeacon of Blackburn.
He was educated at Eton and St John's College, Cambridge. He was ordained in 1832 and began his career as a curate at All Saints, Manchester. He was Rector of St Saviour, Manchester from 1836 to 1868 when he was appointed Vicar of Blackburn. He was also Rural Dean of Blackburn from then until his Archdeacon’s appointment. Provided by Wikipedia
The trial of Birch v. Neale, for criminal conversation; in the Court of Common Pleas, June 25, 1835, before the Lord Chief Justice Tindal.
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A study of the differences between perceived and desired organizational climate in special education staffs of selected intermediate school districts in Michigan.
by Birch, Edward Lynn, 1932-
by Birch, Edward Alfred, 1840-1912.“...Birch, Edward Alfred, 1840-1912. Management and medical treatment of children in India. 5th ed....”
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Assumptions and beliefs of selected members of the academic community; a special report of the NASPA Division of Research and Program Development.
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