Authorised form of nameLayard; Daniel Peter (1721 - 1802)
Dates1721 - 1802
Date of birth1721
Place of deathGreenwich, London
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election22/01/1747
RelationshipsFather of Charles Peter Layard (FRS 1778)
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Royal Society codeNA1517
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1746/15Layard, Daniel Peter: certificate of election to the Royal Society22 January 1747
L&P/1/431Letter, 'Cure of a fractured bone' from Daniel Peter Layard to the Royal Society1745
MS/391/62Bond of Daniel Peter Layard to the Treasurer of the Royal Society29 January 1746
L&P/2/54aLetter, 'Of the earthquake in London of March 8 1749/50' from Daniel Peter Layard to Martin Folkes8 March 1750
L&P/7/169Letter, 'Of the distemper among horned cattle' from Daniel Peter Layard to Joseph Banks8 April 1780
L&P/1/477Paper, 'A fistula in the urethra' by Daniel Peter Layard1746
L&P/3/332Letter, 'Of a diseased eye' from Daniel Peter Layard to Matthew Maty20 May 1758
L&P/1/478Paper, 'The cure of a lacerated wound in the arm' by Daniel Peter Layard1746
L&P/9/125Letter, 'Observations on preventing cattle diseases' from Daniel Peter Layard to Joseph Banks12 March 1789
L&P/2/120Letter, 'Of an impostume formed in the stomach' from Daniel Peter Layard to Richard Mead17 February 1750
L&P/3/289Letter, 'Of the inoculation of horned cattle against the distemper' from Daniel Peter Layard to George Parker26 November 1757
L&P/4/297Letter, 'Of the water of Somersham, Hant' from Daniel Peter Layard to William Heberden15 November 1765
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