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John Aikin

a.k.a. Dr. John Aikin

Author Code: EJAI

Born: Jan. 15, 1747 - Leicestershire, England

Died: Dec. 7, 1822 - Stoke Newington, Middlesex, England

Educated in medicine at the University of Edinburgh and under Dr. William Hunter, Aikin practised as a surgeon in Chester and Warrington. He then studied in Holland and received his MD in 1780.In 1784, he set up an office in Great Yarmouth. In 1792, he relocated to London and worked as a consulting physician. It was about this time that Aikin began to devote more of his time to literary pursuits. In 1796, Aikin became the first editor of The Monthly Magazine and, together with his sister Anna Laetitia Barbauld, produced a series entitled Evenings at Home. Aikin finally retired from medicine in 1798 and dedicated himself to writing. The greatest of these was in his 10-volume General Biography (1799-1815). He also collaborated with his sister on a number of works. His other works include Letters From a Father to a Son (1794), Annals of the Reign of George III (1816) and Select Works of the British Poets (1820).

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EJAI001 The Juvenile Budget Re-Opened
  Aphorisms of Mind and Manners
  Aversion Subdued
  The Cost of A War
  A Dialogue on Different Stations in Life
  Dialogue on Things to Be Learned Between Mamma and Kitty
  The Discontented Squirrel
  The Farm-Yard Journal
  The Female Choice
  A Friend in Need
  The Gain of A Loss
  Generous Revenge
  The Grass Tribe
  The History and Adventures of A Cat
  History and Biography Estimated
  The Hog, and Other Animals
  How to Make the Best of It
  The Kid
  The Kidnappers
  The Little Dog
  Mouse, Lap-dog, and Monkey
  The Native Village
  The Oak
  On Cheap Pleasures
  On the Best Mode of Encountering the Evils of Life
  On the Martin
  On the Oak
  Phaeton Junior, Or, the Gig Demolished
  The Power of Habit
  The Price of A Victory
  Providence; Or, the Shipwreck
  The Rookery
  The Ship
  The Transmigrations of Indur
  The Two Robbers
  The Wanderer's Return
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