William Ogle (physician, classicist and statistician)
After attending Rugby School Ogle took a BA in Natural Sciences at Corpus Christi College, Oxford. He lectured in physiology at St George's Hospital after which he was appointed to various other posts before retiring from there and working at the General Register Office, where he was eventually appointed registrar-general.
Works by William Ogle:
- 1882 Aristotle on the Parts of Animals Translated, with introduction and notes, by W. Ogle. London: Kegan Paul & Co.
- 1897 Aristotle On Youth & Old Age, Life & Death and Respiration Translated, with introduction and notes by W. Ogle. London: Longmans & Co.
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