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Authorised form of nameJones; Thomas Wharton (1808 - 1891)
SurnameJones
ForenamesThomas Wharton
Dates1808 - 1891
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
St Andrews, Fife, Scotland (09 January 1808)
Death:
Ventnor, Isle of Wight (07 October or 07 November 1891)
ActivityProfession:
Surgeon
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
30/04/1840
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB (MP)
Authority:
Birth date from DNB (MP).
Notes:
Boase gives death date as 07 October 1891.
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/57397974
Royal Society codeNA3182
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1840/14Jones, Thomas Wharton: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/26/1Note regarding the "Observations" of Thomas Wharton Jones "On the Blood Corpuscles"May 1843
MM/11/103'Statement addressed to the President and Council of the Royal Society', by Thomas Wharton Jones29 December 1849
MM/19/81Letter from George Gabriel Stokes, Secretary, Royal Society to William Sharpey, Secretary, Royal Society9 November 1868
AP/50/8Microscopical characters of the rhythmically contractile muscular coat of the Veins of the Bat's wing, - of the lymphatic hearts of the frog, - and of the candal heart of the eel. In those parts. Part I1868
AP/50/9On the Phenomena observed to attend the propulsion of lymph from one of the lymphatic hearts into a vein, in the Frog.1868
IM/Maull/002453Jones, Thomas Whartonnd
NLB/3/772Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Thomas Wharton Jones, Fellow of the Royal Society7 October 1889
NLB/5/890Copy letter from an unknown correspondent, to Messrs Harrison & Sons9 November 1891
NLB/5/883Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Sir William Thomson, President of the Royal Society9 November 1891
NLB/8/739Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to the Right Honorable Professor Huxley, Fellow of the Royal Society15 December 1893
RR/2/33Referee's report by Thomas Wharton Jones, on a paper 'On the motions of the iris' by Bernard E Brodhurst21 May 1852
RR/1/127Referee's report by William Sharpey, on a paper 'On the ova of the human subject' by Thomas Wharton Jones[c.1840]
RR/1/64Letter from Thomas Wharton Jones, on a paper 'On the anatomy and physiology of certain structures in the orbit, not previously described' by J M Ferrall24 June 1841
RR/1/126Referee's report by Robert Bentley Todd, on a paper 'Microscopical examination of the contents the hepatic ducts, conclusions founded thereon as to the physiological signification of the cells hepatic parenchyma, and as to their anatomical relation to the radicles of the hepatic ducts' by Thomas Wharton Jones29 July 1848
RR/6/158Referee's report by Thomas Henry Huxley, on a paper 'On the phenomena observed to attend the propulsion of lymph from one of the lymphatic hearts into a vein in the frog' by Thomas Wharton Jonesnd [1868]
RR/6/156Referee's report by William Sharpey, on a paper 'The caudal heart of the eel a lymphatic heart.—Effect of the force with which the lymph-stream is propelled therefrom on the flow of the blood in the vein into which the heart opens.— Explanation of the appearance of blood propelled in successive drops, as if from the heart, along the caudal vein.—Influence which the force of the lymph-stream from the heart exerts in accelerating and promoting the flow of blood in the caudal vein' by Thomas Wharton Jones19 March 1868
RR/1/65Referee's report by Thomas Wharton Jones, on a paper 'On the anatomy and physiology of certain structures in the orbit, not previously described' by J M Ferrall24 June 1841
RR/1/125Referee's report by William Sharpey, on a paper 'Microscopical examination of the contents the hepatic ducts, conclusions founded thereon as to the physiological signification of the cells hepatic parenchyma, and as to their anatomical relation to the radicles of the hepatic ducts' by Thomas Wharton Jones15 July 1848
MS/426/216Copy letter from C R [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Thos [Thomas] Wharton Jones Esq14 September 1846
MS/426/179Copy letter from S H [Samuel Hunter] Christie, Secretary of the Royal Society; to T [Thomas] Wharton Jones Esq1 January 1846
AP/19/16On the Ova of Woman and the Mamamiferous animals as they exist in the Ovaries before Impregnation and on the discovery in them of a Vesicle analogous to that described by Professor Purkinje in the immature egg of the bird1835
NLB/3/766Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Thomas Wharton Jones, Fellow of the Royal Society4 October 1889
RR/2/127Referee's report by Thomas Bell, on a paper 'Discovery that the veins of the bat's wing (which are furnished with valves) are endowed with rythmical contractility, and that the onward flow of blood is accelerated by each contraction' by Thomas Wharton Jones11 March 1852
RR/2/126Referee's report by James Paget, on a paper 'Discovery that the veins of the bat's wing (which are furnished with valves) are endowed with rythmical contractility, and that the onward flow of blood is accelerated by each contraction' by Thomas Wharton Jones23 February 1852
RR/2/150Referee's report by Thomas Wharton Jones, on a paper 'On the development of the great anterior veins in man and mammalia; including an account of certain remnants of foetal structure found in the adult, a comparative view of these great veins the different mammalia, and an analysis of their occasional peculiarities in the human subject' by John Marshall1849
RR/6/161Referee's report by Lionel Smith Beale, on a paper 'On the phenomena observed to attend the propulsion of lymph from one of the lymphatic hearts into a vein in the frog' by Thomas Wharton Jones6 December 1868
RR/6/160Referee's report by Lionel Smith Beale, on two papers 'On the phenomena observed to attend the propulsion of lymph from one of the lymphatic hearts into a vein in the frog' and 'Microscopical characters of the rhythmically contractile muscular coat of the veins of the bat’s wing, of the lymphatic hearts of the frog, and of the caudal heart of the eel. In three parts.—Part I. Microscopical characters of the rhythmically contractile muscular coat of the veins of the web of the bat’s wing' by Thomas Wharton Jones4 December 1868
RR/6/157Referee's report by Thomas Henry Huxley, on a paper 'The caudal heart of the eel a lymphatic heart.—Effect of the force with which the lymph-stream is propelled therefrom on the flow of the blood in the vein into which the heart opens.— Explanation of the appearance of blood propelled in successive drops, as if from the heart, along the caudal vein.—Influence which the force of the lymph-stream from the heart exerts in accelerating and promoting the flow of blood in the caudal vein' by Thomas Wharton Jones20 March 1868
RR/6/159Referee's report by William Scovell Savory, on two papers 'On the phenomena observed to attend the propulsion of lymph from one of the lymphatic hearts into a vein in the frog' and 'Microscopical characters of the rhythmically contractile muscular coat of the veins of the bat’s wing, of the lymphatic hearts of the frog, and of the caudal heart of the eel. In three parts.—Part I. Microscopical characters of the rhythmically contractile muscular coat of the veins of the web of the bat’s wing' by Thomas Wharton Jones9 July 1868
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