Allingham, William

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William, English physician, 1829-1908.
Allingham colotomy
Allingham rectal speculum
Allingham rectum excision
Allingham ulcer - anal ulcer. Synonym(s): fissure in ano
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10) In fact, William Allingham, who published The Ballad Book: A Selection of the Choicest British Ballads two years after Siddal's death (albeit without any of her drawings) celebrates the metamorphic nature of the ballad in his preface: "The ballads owe no little of their merit to the countless riddlings, siftings, shiftings, omissions and additions of innumerable reciters.
of "The Ballad Book: A Selection of the Choicest British Ballads, by William Allingham," in North American Review 102, no.
William Allingham, the turn of the century poet from Ballyshannon, must surely have visited the Glens of Antrim for the inspiration for this poem.
Notably, in The Inn Album he followed the hybrid poetic precedents of his late wife and of William Allingham in fashioning a novel in verse; and like Allingham he also published his narrative serially in a periodical.
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