Books about Hincks:

booksHincks: Webster's Timeline History, 1671 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)

booksA Triune Concept of the Brain and Behaviour (The Clarence M. Hincks memorial lectures) by Paul D. MacLean (Sep 25, 1974)

booksBaldwin, Lafontaine, Hincks; responsible government by Stephen Leacock (Aug 18, 2010)

booksLetter to the Hon. Francis Hincks: being a review of his reply to Mr. Howe's speech on The organization of the... by Joseph Howe Hon. (Jun 17, 2009)

booksBaldwin, Lafontaine, Hincks: Responsible Government by Stephen Leacock (Aug 31, 2012)

booksSermons and Occasional Services Selected from the Papers of ... John Hincks, with a Memoir of the Author by J.H... by John Hincks (Aug 31, 2012)

booksThe Correspondence of Edward Hincks: Volume I 1818-1849 by Kevin J. Cathcart (May 6, 2008)


Wiki information Hincks:

Francis Hincks
Politician, Musical Artist, Deceased Person, Person, Chivalric Order Member

Sir Francis Hincks, KCMG PC was a Canadian politician. Born in Cork, Ireland, he was the son of Thomas Dix Hincks an orientalist, naturalist and Presbyterian minister and the brother of Edward Hincks orientalist, naturalist and clergyman. He moved to...

Edward Hincks
Author, Person, Deceased Person

The Reverend Edward Hincks was an Irish clergyman, best remembered as an Assyriologist and one of the decipherers of Mesopotamian cuneiform. Edward Hincks was born in Cork on 19 August 1792. He was the eldest son of Thomas Dix Hincks, a distinguished...