Authorised form of nameFarre; Arthur (1811 - 1887)
Dates1811 - 1887
Dates and placesBirth:
London, England (06 March 1811)
London (17 December 1887)
Kensal Green cemetery, London
Royal Society activityMembership:
Election Date:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Proc Roy Soc 1889 vol 46 pp iii-vi signed by G J
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA2883
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/Maull/001371Farre, Arthurnd
AP/39/12History of Two Cases of Hernia of the Ovaries, in One of Which There was a Periodical Enlargement of One or other of These Organs1857
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/3/112Referee's report by Arthur Farre, on a paper 'Note sur un organe, placé dans le cordon spermatique, et dont l'existence n'a pas été signalée par les anatomistes' by P Giraldes12 August 1858
RR/3/113Letter from Arthur Farre, accompanying an unnamed paper11 September 1858
RR/3/176Referee's report by Arthur Farre, on a paper 'On the existence of the decidua around the ovum within the fallopian tube, in four cases of fallopian-tube conception, and on the absence of any trace of decidua in the cavity of the uterus in the same cases' by Robert Lee4 July 1857
RR/7/404Referee's report by Arthur Farre, on a paper 'Preliminary note on the anatomy of the umbilical cord' by Lawson Tait2 August 1875
RR/2/265Referee's report by Arthur Farre, on a paper 'On the blood-proper and chylaqueous fluid of invertebrate animals' by Thomas Williams12 June 1852
RR/3/94Referee's report by Arthur Farre, on a paper 'On the structure and functions of the hairs of the crustacea' by Campbell Greig De Morgan24 October 1858
EC/1839/25Farre, Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/2/135Referee's report by Arthur Farre, on a paper 'An account of two cases, in which ovules, or their remains, were discovered in the fallopian tubes of unimpregnated women who had died during the period of menstruation' by H Letheby19 June 1851
IM/000587Group lithograph of Royal Microscopical Society Presidentsnd
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