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Authorised form of nameBird; Golding (1814 - 1854)
Dates1814 - 1854
NationalityBritish
Place of birthDownham, Norfolk, England
Date of birth09 December 1814
Place of deathTunbridge Wells
Date of death27 October 1854
OccupationPhysician
ActivityEducation:
AM; MD
Career:
Assistant Physician and Lecturer in Materia Medica, Guy's Hospital, London (by 1845)
Memberships:
FRCP
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election22/01/1846
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/406475
Royal Society codeNA422
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1846/02Bird, Golding: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MS/427/331Copy letter from [Michael] Foster, Secretary of the Royal Society; to J. Moysey, Esq.18 January 1884
RR/1/25Referee's report by John Bostock on a paper 'Observations on the electro-chemical influence of long-continued electric currents of low tension' by Golding Bird16 February 1837
PT/31/2Paper, 'Remarks on the extractive material of urine, and on the excretion of sulphur and phosphorus by the kidneys in an unoxidized state' by Edmund Ronalds[1846]
RR/2/117Referee's report by Golding Bird, on a paper 'On the oxidation of ammonia in the human body' by Henry Bence Jones10 March 1851
PT/74/4/1Diagrams, battery connected to decomposing apparatus by [Golding Bird][1837]
AP/34/10Unpublished paper, 'Further researches into the properties of the sulphate of iodo-quinine or herapathite (Haidinger) more especially in regard to its crystallography and natural planes together with some additional facts concerning its optical relations' by William Bird Herapath19 January 1854
AP/34/10/1Unpublished manuscript, 'Further researches into the properties of the sulphate of iodo-quinine or herapathite (Haidinger) more especially in regard to its crystallography and natural planes together with some additional facts concerning its optical relations' by William Bird Herapath19 January 1854
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