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Authorised form of nameMoulin; Allen (c 1653 - 1690)
Other forms of nameMolines, Allan; Mullen, Allan; Mullen, Allen; Mullan, Allen
SurnameMoulin
ForenamesAllen
Datesc 1653 - 1690
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
The north of Ireland (c 1653)
Death:
Barbados, West Indies (1690)
ActivityProfession:
Physician
Research Field:
Anatomy
Education:
Trinity College, Dublin; BA (1676), MA (1684)
Career:
Practised in Dublin, where he had many important patients; after a discreditable love affair, went to London (1686) and thence to the West Indies (1690); died from the effects of intoxication
Memberships:
Dublin Philosophical Society; Fellow of the Irish College of Physicians
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
18/07/1683
Proposers:
Robert Boyle
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB; Hoppen
References:
G C R Morris, 'On the Identity of Jaques du Moulin, FRS 1667' in NR 1991 vol 45 pp 1-10
K Theodore Hoppen, 'The Royal Society and Ireland. II' in NR 1965 vol 20 pp 78-99
Notes:
Altnames from DNB and Hunter.
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/233165469
Royal Society codeNA3031
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
RBO/7/22'An Account of an Experiment of the injection of Mercury into the blood, and its ill effects on the lungs by A Moulin'4 April 1688
CLP/14i/34Paper, regarding why mercury is bad for the lungs by [Allen] Moulin[1688]
RB/3/4/46Allen Mullen [Moulin] to Boyle26 February 1686
RBO/7/40'Anatomicall Observations in the heads of several fowle made at severall tymes by the late Allen Moulin'1688
MS/390/81Bond of Allen Mullin [Moulin] to the Treasurer of the Royal Society25 July 1683
RB/3/7/35Allen Mullen [Moulin] to Boyle2 December 1682
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