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Sharpey, William, 1802-1880



  • Existence: 1802 - 1880-

Found in 2 Records:

Letter to William Sharpey

 Collection — Folder 1
Call Number: MS P662
Overview Dr. Lionel Smith Beale (1828-1906) was a physician and microscopist who taught at King's College from 1854-1869. A prolific writer of works on physiology and chemical pathology, his most influential works were on the clinical use of microscopes. In this letter, he writes to Dr. William Sharpey (1802-1880) who is a physiologist and, at the time, chair of anatomy and physiology at University College, London. Dr. Beale mentions a forthcoming paper and describes his research on the muscle...
Dates: June 5, 1862

Letters to William Sharpey

Call Number: MS P61

Collection of letters to William Sharpey from Henry John Carter, a surgeon in the Bombay army doing research on geology and border-line organisms, such as sponges, algae, infusoria to his old "physiology" teacher, the Secretary of the Royal Society. The letters describe Carter's theories and findings, ask for help with editing for publication, and give news of former school-fellows and naturalists.

Dates: 1852-1857; 1872-1873