The first settler in England, David Bosanquet, became a banker and merchant, enabling the family to settle at Forest House, Essex. John Richard Morgan, Katherine his wife, John ap John, William John Edmonds and Ann his wife (deforcs.) of 36 a. Consideration: £60 Latin 1633, June 17 FINAL CONCORD (morrow of Trinity) R.
David's grandson, Samuel Bosanquet (1744-1806), Governor of the Bank of England, purchased Dingestow in 1801.
The Dingestow Court estate, Monmouthshire, was originally in the possession of the Jones family. John Richard Morgan, Katherine his wife, John ap John (deforcs.) of 30 a. However, an editorial in its Christmas edition warns against introducing music which might distract trainee medics from their tasks and cause “irritation.”The authors - David C Bosanquet surgical registrar, James CD Glasbey, a foundation year 1 doctor, and Raphael Chavez, consultant general and transplant surgeon, at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, cite data supporting the efficacy of music in the operating theatre.“In a randomised trial of 372 patients having elective surgery, relaxing melodies (60-80 bpm mimicking the resting heart rate) proved to be superior to midazolam as a pre-anaesthetic anxiolytic,” the authors wrote.“Combined data suggest that this calming effect is maintained before, during (when awake), and after surgery, with music faring better than noise blocking devices alone.For patients requiring further respiratory support postoperatively, music’s ability to reduce anxiety, heart rate, and respiratory rate extends even to ventilated patients in intensive care.”Music is played “62-72% of time in theatre, and most often chosen by the leading surgeon”.Bernard’s eldest brother, Charles, was one of the founders of the Charity Organization Society and its first Secretary. Upon the death of his father in 1880 and the receipt of a small inheritance in 1881, Bosanquet left Oxford for London, where he became active in adult education and social work through such organizations as the London Ethical Society (founded 1886), the Charity Organisation Society, and the short-lived London School of Ethics and Social Philosophy (1897–1900).Another brother, Day, was an Admiral in the Royal Navy and served as Governor of South Australia. While at University College, Bosanquet taught the history of logic and the history of moral philosophy; his only published work during this time was a translation of G. During this time he met and married (in 1895) Helen Dendy, an activist in social work and social reform, who was to be a leading figure in the Royal Commission on the Poor Laws (1905–1909).We suggest tunes likely to resonate harmoniously with the operating environment, alongside musical faux pas best avoided.”“Stayin’ Alive” (Bee Gees, 1997) Operating team members should resist the urge to emulate John Travolta’s dance moves.Doubles as a metronome for correct cardiac compression rate in case of cardiac arrest.“Smooth Operator” (Sade, 1984) The exemplar of feelgood operating, and a must for all theatre mix-tapes.“Un-break My Heart” (Toni Braxton, 1996) Ideal for cardiac surgery.“Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” (Wham, 1984) Best played in recovery.His third brother, John Bernard, collected valuable Welsh manuscripts including an early version of Geoffrey of Monmouth, which was edited by Professor Henry Lewis in 1942 under the title 'Brut Dingestow'. Samuel was succeeded by Samuel Richard Bosanquet (1800-1882), who purchased Gwaelod-y-Wlad, Trealy and Church-farm, all in Monmouthshire, in 1865 from John Shapland Edmonds Stock. Bernard Bosanquet (1848–1923), British philosopher, political theorist and social reformer, was one of the principal exponents (with F. Bradley) of late nineteenth and early twentieth century ‘Absolute Idealism.’ Bernard Bosanquet was born on July 14, 1848 in Rock Hall (near Alnwick), Northumberland, England.He was the youngest of five sons of the Reverend Robert William Bosanquet by the latter’s second wife, Caroline (Mac Dowall).