Anatomical fugitive sheets are illustrations of the human body specially created to display internal organs and structures. Hinged flaps enable the viewer to see a body, they became popular as instructional aids. The parts were labelled, making it easier for lay students to understand the workings of the human body; the earliest known examples of these sheets were published in Strasbourg by the engraver and printer Heinrich Vogtherr in 1538, existed in great numbers although few have survived. Jean Ruel, a French botanist and physician, published his own anatomical sheets in 1539. Andreas Vesalius published his anatomical work on the human body, "De humani corporis fabrica", four years in 1543, his "Tabulae anatomicae sex" had appeared in 1538 showing skeletons and viscera, differ from the Ruel plates. Thomas Geminus, a pseudonym for Thomas Lambrit, was another engraver and printer, who copied the anatomical drawings of Vesalius, a practice which infuriated him into denouncing'extremely inept imitators'.
Geminus did however redraw and rearrange Vesalius' woodcut illustrations, choosing to use engraved copperplates, with which he was more familiar. Gyles Godet, a French printer/publisher, worked in London from the end of the 1540s until his death in the 1570s, he made use of Vesalius' diagrams, though crediting the Flemish anatomist. A letter in the British National Archives is from Edmund Bonner, the English ambassador at the court of Francis I in Paris and future bishop of London, he wrote to Arthur Plantagenet, deputy of Calais, in 1539 sending him a gift of Ruel's woodcuts of a man and women. The fugitive sheet practice is one, used at various times in the 1800s: such as Edward William Tuson's "A supplement to myology", Gustave Joseph Witkowski's "Anatomie iconoclastique" and Étienne Rabaud's "Anatomie élémentaire du corps humain". More Jonathan Miller's pop-up book "The human body", employed the same principle. Medical illustrator Wellcome image sequence Ars Anatomica British Museum
The Charitable Irish Society of Halifax is a historic society in Halifax, Nova Scotia, established in 1786. The Society holds other charitable events. Many of the most prominent members of Nova Scotia have been members of the Society. John Albro Richard Bulkeley Joseph Howe Edward Kenny John George Pyke - childhood survivor of the Raid on Dartmouth John Sparrow David Thompson - Prime Minister of Canada Richard John Uniacke Charitable Irish Society of Boston North British Society, Scots of Nova Scotia Charitable Irish Society of Halifax - Official Website Charitable Irish Society of Halifax - Nova Scotia Archives Gallery of Presidents Constitution of the Charitable Irish Society of Halifax, Nova Scotia, as revised and amended in 1892
Herbert Richard Robinson was an Australian politician who served in the Legislative Council of Western Australia from 1962 to 1968, representing the Liberal Party. Robinson was born in Perth to Richard Herbert Robinson, his father was killed in action in France when he was eight years old, in April 1918. Robinson attended St Patrick's Boys' School, after leaving school worked for a period as a clerk for the Western Australian Government Railways. In 1933, he and his sister opened a 900-seater outdoor theatre in Maylands; the following year, the Robinsons took over the nearby Lyric Theatre, built in 1928 by Thomas Coombe. They remained owners of both theatres until their eventual closure in the early 1960s, with Robinson serving as president of the Motion Picture Exhibitors' Association of Western Australia from 1951 to 1956. Robinson enlisted in the Australian Army during World War II, by the end of the war was a class-one warrant officer, he was elected to the Perth Road Board in 1951, from 1959 to 1961 served as its chairman.
When the Perth Road Board became the Shire of Perth in 1961, he was elected shire president, serving in the position until he left the council in 1963. In 1956, Robinson unsuccessfully stood as an independent candidate for the Legislative Assembly, gaining 20.4 percent of the vote in the seat of Maylands. He joined the Liberal Party the following year, was elected to the Legislative Council in 1962, representing the three-member Suburban Province. In 1965, the existing Legislative Council provinces were abolished, replaced by new two-member provinces. Robinson was appointed to the new North Metropolitan Province, he lost to Labor's Roy Claughton. In retirement, Robinson moved to Canberra, dying there in July 1990, aged 81. List of mayors of Stirling
The Cook Rutledge House is a historic Italianate-style house located in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974; the house was built around 1873 by lawyer and future Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin James M. Bingham and his wife, Justine. After James's death, Justine sold the house in 1887 to Irish immigrant Edward Rutledge, vice-president of the Chippewa Lumber and Boom Company and an assistant to Frederick Weyerhaeuser. In 1888 Rutledge altered the mansion to its present appearance. In 1915 the house was sold to a prominent lawyer and county judge, his family lived there for many years selling the house to the Chippewa County Historical Society in 1973. The house serves as a museum; the site is available to rent for special occasions. Cook-Rutledge Mansion - official site
Rabindra Prasad Adhikari was a Nepali politician and three time parliamentarian, belonging to the Nepal Communist Party. He was Minister of Culture and Civil Aviation from 16 March 2018 until his death in a helicopter crash, he was the Kaski District secretary of the party. In the 2008 Constituent Assembly election, Adhikari was elected from the Kaski-3 constituency, with 13,386 votes. In the 2013 Constituent Assembly election, he was re-elected from the Kaski-3 constituency, with 15,456 votes. In 2017, CPN-UML candidate Rabindra Adhikari won parliamentary elections from Kaski Constituency No 2. Representing the left alliance, Adhikari secured 27,207 votes to defeat Nepali Congress candidate Dev Raj Chalise, who got 18,661 votes. After his demise, His wife Bidya Bhattarai won Kaski Constituency-2 with a wide margin of 8,403 votes in the by-election. Bhattarai secured 24,394 votes while her nearest contender Khem Raj Poudel from main opposition Nepali Congress got 15,991. Socialist Party's Dharma Raj Gurung got 1,922 votes.
He authored the books Constituent Democracy and Re-structuring. He became president of Free Student Union of Prithivi Narayan Campus in 1993, he became national president of All Nepal National Free Students Union, the student wing of the communist party, in 1999. He rejoined following reunification. After the 2nd Constituent Assembly Election, he became the chairman of the Development Committee of the Legislature Parliament. 2017 House of Representatives Election, Kaski-2 2013 Constituent Assembly Election, Kaski-3 2008 Constituent Assembly Election, Kaski-3 1999 House of Representatives Election, Kaski-1 The subcommittee formed by the Public Accounts Committee of the House of Representatives to probe the Nepal Airlines wide body aircraft purchase concluded that he was complicit in corruption. He died while the matter was being investigated by the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority. Hon. Rabindra Prasad Adhikari, along with six other people, died in a helicopter crash while returning from Pathibhara Devi Temple, Nepal, on 27 February 2019