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Authorised form of nameGosse; Philip Henry (1810 - 1888)
SurnameGosse
ForenamesPhilip Henry
Dates1810 - 1888
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Worcester, Worcestershire, England (06 April 1810)
Death:
His house in St Marychurch, Devon (23 August 1888)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
5/06/1856
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1888 vol 44 pp xxvii-xxviii signed by H B B
Royal Society codeNA1811
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1856/05Gosse, Philip Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/40/14Researches on the Poison-apparatus in the Actiniadae1858
MS/743/1/91Letter from Philip Henry Gosse, Sandhurst, St Marychurch3 October 1877
MS/743/1/98Letter from Philip Henry Gosse, Sandhurst, Torquay, to [John Hall Gladstone]14 November 1881
IM/001709Gosse, Philip HenryMay 2001
IM/Maull/001708Gosse, Philip Henrynd
MS/132The Original Drawings of the Rotifera by Charles Thomas Hudson LL.D1886
RR/3/114Referee's report by Arthur Farre, on a paper 'On the diœcious character of the rotifera' by Philip Henry Gosse1857
RR/3/115Referee's report by Arthur Farre, on a paper 'On the structure, functions, and homologies of the manducatory organs in the class rotifera' by Philip Henry Gosse11 August 1855
RR/3/117Referee's report by William Carpenter, on a paper 'On the diœcious character of the rotifera' by Philip Henry Gosse17 April 1856
RR/3/120Referee's report by George Busk, on a paper 'Researches on the poison-apparatus in the actiniadae' by Philip Henry Gosse1858
RR/3/116Referee's report by William Benjamin Carpenter, on a paper 'On the structure, functions, and homologies of the manducatory organs in the class rotifera' by Philip Henry Gosse30 June 1856
RR/3/182Referee's report by Philip Henry Gosse, on a paper 'An account of the two methods of reproduction in Daphnia, and of the structure of the Ephippium' by John Lubbock24 March 1857
RR/3/29Referee's report by Philip Henry Gosse, on a paper 'On the anatomy and physiology of the spongiadae' by James Stuart Bowerbank21 August 1857
RR/3/119Referee's report by Thomas Henry Huxley, on a paper 'Researches on the poison-apparatus in the actiniadae' by Philip Henry Gosse1858
RR/9/41Referee's report by Robert McLachlan, on a paper 'The prehensores of male butterflies of the genera Ornithoptera and Papilo' by Philip Henry Gosse7 January 1882
RR/9/43Referee's report by Osbert Salvin, on a paper 'The prehensores of male butterflies of the genera Ornithoptera and Papilo' by Philip Henry Gosse30 January 1882
RR/3/118Referee's report by William Carpenter, on a paper 'On the structure, functions, and homologies of the manducatory organs in the class rotifera' by Philip Henry Gosse22 October 1856
RR/9/44Letter from the Zoological Society of London, on a paper 'The prehensores of male butterflies of the genera Ornithoptera and Papilo' by Philip Henry Gosse to the Secretary of the Royal Society23 February 1882
RR/9/42Referee's report by Edwin Ray Lankester, on a paper 'The prehensores of male butterflies of the genera Ornithoptera and Papilo' by Philip Henry Gosse16 January 1882
RR/9/46Letter from George John Romanes, on a paper 'The prehensores of male butterflies of the genera Ornithoptera and Papilo' by Philip Henry Gosse to the author24 March 1882
RR/9/45Letter from George Gabriel Stokes, on a paper 'The prehensores of male butterflies of the genera Ornithoptera and Papilo' by Philip Henry Gosse to the author24 February 1882
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