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Authorised form of nameBeale; Lionel Smith (1828 - 1906)
SurnameBeale
ForenamesLionel Smith
Dates1828 - 1906
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
London, England (05 February 1828)
Death:
London (28 March 1906)
ActivityProfession:
Physician
Research Field:
Microscopy
Education:
MB (Lond)
Career:
Professor of Physiology and of General Morbid Anatomy, King's College, London
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
11/06/1857
Lectures:
Croonian 1865
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc Series B 1907 vol 79 pp lvii-lxiii signed by P H P-S
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/10627023
Royal Society codeNA3783
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
AP/54/10The Structure and Function of the Rods of the Cochlea in Man and other Mammals1872
AP/54/1Letter from Dr H V Carter to Dr Lionel Beale 8 October 1872
IM/Maull/000304Beale, Lionel Smithnd
NLB/32/581Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr Philip Henry Pye-Smith, Fellow of the Royal Society9 April 1906
NLB/32/548Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to [Messrs Harrison & Sons]30 March 1906
EC/1857/01Beale, Lionel Smith: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/3/20Referee's report by William Benjamin Carpenter, on a paper 'On the ultimate arrangement of the biliary ducts, and on some other points in the anatomy of the liver of vertebrate animals' by Lionel Beale25 August 1855
RR/3/19Referee's report by George Busk, on a paper 'On the ultimate arrangement of the biliary ducts, and on some other points in the anatomy of the liver of vertebrate animals' by Lionel Beale25 August 1855
RR/4/12Referee's report by James Paget on a paper 'On the distribution of nerves to the elementary fibres of striped muscle' by Lionel Smith Beale23 July 1860
RR/3/11Referee's report by William Sharpey, on a paper 'On the distribution of nerves to the elementary fibres of striped muscle' by Lionel Smith Beale1860
RR/4/13Referee's report by George Busk, on a paper 'Further observations on the distribution of nerves to the elementary fibres of striped muscle' by Lionel Smith Beale2 July 1862
RR/5/37Referee's report by John Marshall and Lionel Smith Beale, on a paper 'On the distal communication of the blood-vessels with the lymphatics; and on a diaplasmatic system of vessels' by Thomas Albert Carter24 November 1864
RR/5/11Referee's report by Jacob Augustus Lockhart Clarke, on a paper 'On the structure and formation of the so-called apolar, unipolar, and bipolar nerve-cells of the frog' by Lionel Smith Beale25 July 1863
RR/5/15Letter from William Sharpey, to Lionel Smith Beale, regarding his paper 'On the structure and formation of the so-called apolar, unipolar, and bipolar nerve-cells of the frog' 15 August 1863
RR/5/14Second letter from William Sharpey, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding a paper 'On the structure and formation of the so-called apolar, unipolar, and bipolar nerve-cells of the frog' by Lionel Smith Beale11 August 1863
RR/5/90Referee's report by Lionel Smith Beale, on a paper 'On the chameleon's retina; a further contribution to the minute anatomy of the retina of reptiles' by John Whitaker Hulke11 July 1864
RR/5/241Letter from Lionel Smith Beale, to William Sharpey, regarding printing costs of illustrations11 August 1863
RR/6/77Referee's report by Lionel Smith Beale, on a paper 'On the structure of the optic lobes of the cuttle-fish' by Jacob Augustus Lockhart Clarke11 January 1867
RR/6/80Referee's report by Lionel Smith Beale, on a paper 'Researches on the intimate structure of the brain.—Second series' by Jacob Augustus Lockhart Clarke14 October 1867
RR/6/153Referee's report by Lionel Smith Beale, on a paper 'On the anatomy of the fovea centralis of the human retina' by John Whitaker Hulke9 October 1866
RR/6/268Referee's report by Lionel Smith Beale, on a paper 'On oxalurate of ammonia as a constituent of human urine' by Edward Schunck14 January 1867
RR/6/193Letter from Lionel Smith Beale, to William Sharpey, regarding a paper 'On the formation of 'cells' in animal bodies' by E Montgomery19 January 1867
RR/6/267Referee's report by Lionel Smith Beale, on a paper 'On a crystalline fatty acid from human urine' by Edward Schunck14 January 1867
RR/5/242Second letter from Lionel Smith Beale, regarding printing costs of illustrations17 August 1863
RR/5/16Referee's report by George Busk, on a paper 'New observations upon the minute anatomy of the papillae of the frog's tongue' by Lionel Smith Beale21 November 1864
RR/5/12Letter from Lionel Smith Beale, on his paper 'On the structure and formation of the so-called apolar, unipolar, and bipolar nerve-cells of the frog' to The Royal Society5 August 1863
MS/427/265Copy letter from [Michael] Foster, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Lionel Smith] Beale1 February 1883
MS/843/20Letter from Lionel Smith Beale, 61 Grosvenor Street, to William Sharpey19 October 1864
PT/54/7Paper, 'On the ultimate arrangement of the biliary ducts, and on some other points in the anatomy of the liver of vertebrate animals' by Lionel S [Smith] Beale 1855
RR/5/17Referee's report by William Scovell Savory, on a paper 'New observations upon the minute anatomy of the papillae of the frog's tongue' by Lionel Smith BealeDecember 1864
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/6/269Referee's report by Lionel Smith Beale, on two papers 'On the colouring and extractive matters of urine.-Part I' and 'On the colouring and extractive matters of urine. -Part II' by Edward Schuncknd [1867]
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/5/10Referee's report by George Busk, on a paper 'On the structure and formation of the so-called apolar, unipolar, and bipolar nerve-cells of the frog' by Lionel Smith Beale[1863]
RR/5/13Letter from William Sharpey, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding a paper 'On the structure and formation of the so-called apolar, unipolar, and bipolar nerve-cells of the frog' by Lionel Smith Beale10 August 1863
RR/6/168Referee's report by Lionel Smith Beale, on a paper 'On the apparent relation of the nerves to the muscular structures in the aquatic larva of Tipula crystallina of de geer' by Richard Leach Maddox11 July 1869
PT/54/7/1Paper, 'On the ultimate arrangement of the biliary ducts, and on some other points in the anatomy of the liver of vertebrate animals' by Lionel S [Smith] Beale 1855
PT/54/7/2Plate, plate I showing a portion of a horse liver and interlobular duct of a human liver by unknown artist 1855
PT/54/7/3Plate, plate II showing hepatic veins from a human by unknown artist 1855
PT/54/7/4Plate, plate III showing transverse section and ducts from human liver by unknown artist 1855
PT/54/7/5Plate, plate IV showing interlobular ducts and cell-containing network from human foetus by unknown artist 24 April 1855
PT/54/7/6Plate, plate V showing vasa aberrantia, parietal appendages, and ducts from the human liver by unknown artist 1855
PT/54/7/7Plate, plate VI showing hardened section of liver of man by unknown artist 1855
PT/54/7/8Plate, plate VII showing interlobular duct of lamb, interlobular artery and duct of cat, and hepatic vein of seal by unknown artist 1855
PT/54/7/9Plate, plate IX showing ducts beneath capsule injected with dye by unknown artist 23 December 1854
PT/54/7/10Plate, plate VIII showing cell-containing networks in liver of foetal calf, hedgehog, horse, guinea pig, dog, and foetal snake by unknown artist 10 May 1855
PT/54/7/11Plate, plate X showing lobules from liver of various animals by unknown artist 1855
PT/54/7/12Plate, plate XI showing interlobular duct and parietal sacculi of a pig, human foetus, and foetal calf by unknown artist 1855
PT/54/7/13Plate, plate XII showing interlobular duct and cell-containing network of pig's liver by unknown artist 1855
PT/54/7/14Plate, plate XIII showing small portal canal and ducts from liver of seal by unknown artist February 1855
PT/54/7/15Plate, plate XIV showing interlobular ducts and cell networks of a rabbit and a dog by unknown artist 1855
PT/54/7/16Plate, plate XV showing ducts and hepatic substance of a flounder by unknown artist 26 November 1854
PT/54/7/17Plate, plate XVI showing ducts, cell-containing network, and capillary vessels of a sturgeon and a Lophius pescatorius by unknown artist 21 February 1855
PT/54/7/18Plate, plate XVII showing ducts and cell-containing network of incubating chick and branches of duct of newt by unknown artist 1854
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