Authorised form of nameJohnson; James Rawlins (- 1840); physician
Dates - 1840
MD (1814, Edinburgh)
Published 'A treatise on the medicinal leech ...' (1816) and 'Further observations on the medicinal leech ... ' (1825); Physician, Bristol Infirmary; translator of P Huber's 'Recherches sur les moeurs des fourmis indigenes' (1810) published as 'The natural history of ants.... translated from the French, with additional notes, by J R Johnson, MD, FRS - London 1820.
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election26/06/1817
Bulloch's Roll
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA3445
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1817/11Johnson, James Rawlins: certificate of election to the Royal Society
PT/73/9/57Paintings, planaria worms by J R J [James Rawlins Johnson][1822]
MC/1/124Letter from James Rawlins Johnson, 15 Westgate Buildings, Bath, to Sir Everard Home25 January 1825
MC/1/132Letter from William Clift, Royal College of Surgeons, Lincoln's Inn Fields, to the Royal Society 7 June 1825
PT/11/2Paper, 'Observations on the Hirudo vulgaris' by James Rawlins Johnson30 October 1816
PT/11/2/1Manuscript, 'Observations on the Hirudo vulgaris' by James Rawlins Johnson30 October 1816
PT/11/2/2Plate, figures showing anatomy of Hirudo vulgaris by unknown artist30 October 1816
PT/73/6/20Drawings, specimens of leeches by JRJ [James Rawlins Johnson][1817]
MC/1Volume 1 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1800-1831
PT/11/26Paper, 'Observations on the Hirudo complanata, and the Hirudo stagnalis, now formed into a distinct genus under the name, Glossiphonia' by Dr [James Rawlins] Johnson18 June 1817
PT/73/11/12Drawings, specimens of Planariæ by J R J [James Rawlins Johnson][1825]
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