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Authorised form of nameHome; Sir; Everard (1756 - 1832); surgeon
Dates1756 - 1832
NationalityBritish
Place of birthHull, Yorkshire, England
Date of birth06 May 1756
Place of deathHis official residence at Chelsea Hospital, London
Date of death31 August 1832
OccupationSurgeon
Research fieldSurgery
Comparative anatomy
ActivityEducation:
Trinity College, Cambridge; left to become a pupil of John Hunter; Surgeon's Hall (1778)
Career:
Assistant Surgeon, Naval Hospital, Plymouth; Assistant Surgeon, St George's Hospital, London (1787), then Surgeon; Lived with John Hunter (1786-1792); joint executor (with Matthew Baillie) to Hunter's will; Sergeant Surgeon to the King (1808); Surgeon, Chelsea Hospital (1821)
Honours:
Bt 1813
Memberships:
Company of Surgeons (Master 1813 and 1821); FCP (first President 1822)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election15/02/1787
Royal Society activityRoyal Society roles:
VP 1814-1830
Medals and prizes:
Copley Medal 1807
Lectures:
Croonian 1790, 1793-1796, 1798-1801, 1817-1821, 1823-1827, 1829
RelationshipsBrother-in-law of John Hunter (FRS 1767); father of Sir James Everard Home (FRS 1825); brother-in-law of Robert Mylne (FRS 1767)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB; DSB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1832-1833 No 11 pp 145-146
References:
N G Coley, 'The Animal Chemistry Club; Assistant Society to the Royal Society' in NR 1967 vol 22 pp 173-185
L F Gilbert, 'The Election to the Presidency of the Royal Society in 1820' in NR 1954-55 vol 11 pp 256-279
W P Griffith and P J T Morris, 'Charles Hatchett FRS (1765 - 1847), chemist and discoverer of niobium' in NR 2003 vol 57 pp 299 - 316
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/59164081
Royal Society codeNA4668
Archives associated with this Fellow
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EC/1786/26Home, Sir Everard: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/002196Home, Sir Everard1990
AP/9/22/4Unpublished drawing, section of whale skull by [William Scoresby?][1821]
V/006Home, Sir Everard
MM/3/49Letter from Everard Home, Leicester Square, to the Royal Society3 May 1795
MC/4/352Letter from Everard Home, 4 Queen Anne Street, to the Secretary of the Royal Society 14 June 1850
RSL/1/21Letter from Everard Home, St Lucia23 December 1781
CB/1/4/140Letter from Sir Everard Home, Sackville Street to Charles Blagden, [Paris]1 October 1814
IM/002195Home, Sir Everardnd
PT/73/9/46Painting, human placenta by [William Clift][1822]
PT/6/2Paper, 'On the organ of hearing in the whalebone whale or balæna mysticetus of Linnæus' by E [Everard] Home[1811]
PT/73/3/17Drawing, solvent glands of birds by [William Clift][1812]
PT/7/18Paper, 'On the tusks of the narwhale' by Sir Everard Home[1813]
PT/73/9/55Painting, cow placenta by [William Clift]1822
PT/73/9/40Paintings, embryo development in a hen's egg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/9/30Painting, seal skull by Willm [William] Clift1803
PT/10/22Paper, 'Some farther accounts of the fossil remains of an animal, of which a description was given to the Society in 1814' by Sir Everard Home[1816]
PT/73/7/8Paintings, ovaries of a pig by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/7/3Paintings, human ovary and corpus luteum at different ages by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/7/12Paper, 'Experiments to ascertain the coagulating power of the secretion of the gastric glands' by Sir Everard Home[1813]
PT/14/14Paper, 'On the mode of formation of the canal for containing the spinal marrow; and on the form of the fins (if they deserve that name) of the proteosaurus' by Sir Everard Home[1820]
PT/73/9/38Paintings, embryo development in a hen's egg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/9/35Paintings, ovum of a hen and egg yolks by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/9/52Painting, rat foetus and placenta by [William Clift]1822
PT/73/9/49Painting, cat foetus and placenta by [William Clift]1822
PT/73/9/50Paintings, rabbit placenta by [William Clift]1822
PT/73/3/16Drawing, 'Eagle [solvent gland]' by [William Clift]1812
PT/73/10/4Painting, Indian elephant eardrum by W [William] Clift[1822]
IM/002197Home, Sir Everardnd
PT/73/1/22Painting, stomachs of the turtle and blue shark by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/5/16Painting, fossilised ichthyosaur paddle and scapula by [William Clift]1816
PT/73/9/37Paintings, embryo development in a hen's egg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
L&P/10/129Paper, 'On the adjustment of the eye' (Croonian Lecture, 1795) by Everard Home1795
MC/1/354Note from Sir Everard Home to the Royal Society14 December 1831
L&P/10/106Paper, 'Some obervations on the mode of generation of the kangaroo' by Everard Home1795
L&P/10/150Paper, 'Description of the anatomy of the sea otter, from a dissection made 15 November 1795' by Everard Home1796
L&P/11/175Paper, 'Description of the anatomy of the orinthorphynchus paradoxus' by Everard Home1801
L&P/11/101Paper, 'Some observations on the structure of the teeth of graminvorous quadrupeds, particularly of elephants' by Everard Home1799
L&P/11/91Paper, 'Account of the dissection of an hermaphrodite dog...some observations on hermaphrodites in general' by Everard Home1798
L&P/9/165Paper, 'An account of a child with a double head' by Everard Home22 May 1790
L&P/11/54Paper, 'Account of the orifice in the retina of the human eye, discovered by Professor Soemmering' by Everard Home1798
L&P/12/124Paper, 'Account of a small lobe of the human prostate gland' by Everard Home1806
L&P/9/187Paper, 'Observations on certain horny excrescences of the human body' by Everard Home1790
L&P/10/113Paper, 'On muscular motion' (Croonian Lecture, 1790) by Everard Home 1795
L&P/11/4Paper, 'Observations on the changes which blood undergoes when extravasated' by Everard Home1796
L&P/8/143/1Letter, 'Description of a sea animal from Barbados' from Everard Home to John Hunter20 September 1784
L&P/10/100/1Paper, 'Of muscular motion' (Croonian Lecture 1794) by Everard Home1794
L&P/10/106/1Paper, 'Some obervations on the mode of generation of the kangaroo' by Everard Home1795
L&P/11/143/1Paper, 'On the irritability of nerves' [Croonian Lecture] by Everard Home1800
L&P/12/45Paper, 'Observations on the structure of the tongue' by Everard Home1802
L&P/11/138Paper, 'Some obervations of the head of the Ornithorhynchus paradoxus' by Everard Home1800
L&P/9/165/1Letter, 'An account of a child with a double head' from Everard Home to John Hunter22 May 1790
L&P/11/94Paper, 'History of a hermaphrodite bull' by Everard Home1799
L&P/10/62/1Paper, 'Account of the muscular nature of the crystalline humour of the eye - based on the late John Hunter's notes (Croonian Lecture, 1793)' by Everard Home4 November 1793
L&P/10/62/2Plate, 'A transverse section of the crystalline humour oft he eye of a cuttle-fish, to show its structure' by Everard Home1793
L&P/11/107Paper, 'On the structure of membrana tympani' [Croonian Lecture] by Everard Home1799
L&P/10/100Paper, 'Of muscular motion' (Croonian Lecture 1794) by Everard Home1794
L&P/11/101/1Paper, 'Some observations on the structure of the teeth of graminvorous quadrupeds, particularly of elephants' by Everard Home1799
L&P/11/76Paper, 'Experiments and observations upon the structure of nerves' [Croonian Lecture] by Everard Home1798
L&P/11/81/1Paper, 'Some additions to a paper read in 1790 on the subject of a child with a double head' by Everard Home1798
L&P/12/27/1Paper, 'Description of the anatomy of the Orithorhynchus hystrix' by Everard Home1802
L&P/11/160/1Paper, 'Observations on the structure and mode of growth of the grinding teeth of the wild boar' by Everard Home1801
L&P/11/143Paper, 'On the irritability of nerves' [Croonian Lecture] by Everard Home1800
L&P/12/138Paper, 'Observations on the camel's stomach' by Everard Home1806
L&P/8/143Paper, 'Description of a sea animal from Barbados' by Everard Home20 September 1784
L&P/11/175/1Paper, 'Description of the anatomy of the orinthorphynchus paradoxus' by Everard Home1801
L&P/11/54/1Paper, 'Account of the orifice in the retina of the human eye, discovered by Professor Soemmering' by Everard Home1798
L&P/11/118Paper, 'On hearing after the destruction of membrane tympani' by Everard Home1799
L&P/11/160Paper, 'Observations on the structure and mode of growth of the grinding teeth of the wild boar' by Everard Home1801
L&P/11/117Letter, 'Effects of the rupture of the membrana tympan' from Astley Cooper to Everard Home1799
L&P/11/171Paper, 'Of the power of the eye to adjust itself to different distances when deprived of the crystalline lens' [Croonian Lecture] by Everard Home1801
L&P/10/62Paper, 'Account of the muscular nature of the crystalline humour of the eye - based on the late John Hunter's notes (Croonian Lecture, 1793)' by Everard Home4 November 1793
L&P/11/81Paper, 'Some additions to a paper read in 1790 on the subject of a child with a double head' by Everard Home1798
L&P/12/138/1Paper, 'Observations on the camel's stomach' by Everard Home1806
L&P/12/129Paper, 'Description of a rare species of worm shells near Sumatra' by John Griffiths and Everard Home1806
PT/73/7/14Painting, fossilised ribs, sternum, and vertebrae of the proteo-saurus [ichthyosaur] by H T [Henry Thomas] de la Beche1819
AP/9/22/3Unpublished drawings, blow hole and skull of whale by [William Scoresby?][1821]
P/0070Portrait of Home, Sir Everard1829
PT/1/5/2Plate, 'First cavity of the stomach of the bottle-nose porpoise laid open to shew its internal structure' by [William Clift][1807]
NLB/18/142Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Rev R B Raffles, 86 St Stephen's Avenue, Shepherd's Bush, W.23 January 1899
PT/73/9/39Paintings, embryo development in a hen's egg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
L&P/11/6Paper, 'In which some of the morbid actions of the straight muscles and cornea of the eye are explained and their treatment considered' [Croonian Lecture] by Everard Home1796
L&P/12/78/1Paper, 'Account of the voluntary expansion of the skin of the neck in the Cobra di Capella' by Patrick Russell and Everard Home1803
L&P/12/68/1Paper, 'Observations on the orifaces found in certain poisonous snakes; some further remarks' by Patrick Russell and Everard Home1803
PT/1/5/3Plate, 'Internal surface of the second, third, and fourth cavities of the stomach' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/2/16Paper, 'Some observations on Mr [William Thomas] Brande's paper on calculi' by Evd [Everard] Home[1808]
PT/1/9Paper, 'Some account of the different stomachs of animals, who do not ruminate, compared with the more complex stomachs of those who do' by Everard Home[1807]
PT/1/4Paper, 'An account of two children born with cataracts in their eyes, to shew that their sight was obscured in very different degrees; with experiments to determine the proportional knowledge of objects acquired by them immediately after the cataracts were removed' by Everard Home[1807]
PT/15/12Paper, 'A farther account of fossil bones discovered in caverns inclosed in the lime-stone rocks at Plymouth' by Joseph Whidbey in a letter to Sir Everard Home11 November 1820
PT/2/11Paper, 'Further experiments on the spleen' by Everard Home[1808]
PT/73/1/2Painting, 'Cod fish. Internal view' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/2/19/1Manuscript, 'An account of some peculiarities in the anatomical structure of the wombat, with observations on the female organs of generation' by Everard Home[1808]
PT/2/19/2Plate, 'The stomach of the male wombat inverted immediately after death and distended with air' by [William Clift][1808]
PT/2/19Paper, 'An account of some peculiarities in the anatomical structure of the wombat, with observations on the female organs of generation' by Everard Home[1808]
PT/73/3/3Painting, vertebrae and ribs of a boa constrictor by [William Clift]1812
PT/3/5Letter, 'On a canal in the medulla spinalis of some quadrupeds' from Mr Wm [William] Sewell to Everard Home26 November 1808
PT/3/7Paper, 'Account of the dissection of a human foetus, in which the circulation of the blood was carried on without a heart' by Mr B [Benjamin] C [Collins] Brodie[1809]
PT/3/10Second part of paper, 'On the nature of the intervertebral substance in fish, and quadrupeds' by Everard Home[1809]
PT/3/13Paper, 'An anatomical account of the squalus maximus (of linnaeus) which in the structure of its stomach forms an intermediate link in the gradation of animals between the whale tribe and cartilaginous fishes' by Everard Home[1809]
PT/1/5Paper, 'Observations on the structure of the different cavities, which constitute the stomach of the whale, compared with those of ruminating animals, with a view to ascertain the situation of the digestive organ' by Everard Home[1807]
PT/3/23Paper, 'Hints on the subject of animal secretions' by Everard Home[1809]
PT/4/3Paper, 'The case of a man, who died in consequence of the bite of a rattle snake with an account of the effects produced by the poison' by Everard Home[1809]
PT/4/8/3Plate, 'The gizzard of a swan [laid open on its anterior part]' by W [William] Clift[1810]
PT/4/8/2Plate, 'The gizzard of a turkey laid open on its anterior part' by W [William] Clift[1810]
PT/4/8Paper, 'On the gizzards of grazing birds' by Everard Home[1810]
PT/4/8/1Manuscript, 'On the gizzards of grazing birds' by Everard Home[1810]
PT/1/iiFragment of paper, 'On the mode of breeding of the oviviviparous [sic] shark, and on the aeration of the fœtal blood in different classes of animals' by Everard Home[1810]
PT/5/9Paper, 'Experiments to prove that fluids pass directly from the stomach to the circulation of the blood, and from thence into the cells of the spleen, the gall bladder and urinary bladder without going through the thoracic duct' by Everard Home[1811]
PT/7/27Paper, 'Additions to an account of the anatomy of the squalus maximus, contained in a former paper; with observations on the hearts of fishes in general' by Sir Everard Home[1813]
PT/7/21Paper, 'On the formation of fat in the intestines of living animals' by Everard Home[1813]
PT/4/15Paper, 'Observations upon luminous animals' by James Macartney[1810]
PT/11/19Paper, 'Some further observations on the use of the colchicum autumnale in gout' by Sir Everard Home[1817]
MC/1/124Letter from James Rawlins Johnson, 15 Westgate Buildings, Bath, to Sir Everard Home25 January 1825
PT/6/8Paper, 'Observations intended to shew that the progressive motion of snakes is partly performed by means of the ribs' by Everard Home[1812]
PT/73/3/5Painting, 'Soland goose' by [William Clift][1812]
MC/1/132Letter from William Clift, Royal College of Surgeons, Lincoln's Inn Fields, to the Royal Society 7 June 1825
PT/10/6Paper, 'Some observations and experiments made on the torpedo of the Cape of Good Hope in the year 1812' by John T Todd[1816]
PT/8/24Paper, 'Observations on the functions of the brain' by Sir Everard Home[1814]
PT/8/29Paper, 'Some account of the fossil remains of an animal more nearly allied to fishes than any of the other classes of animals' by Sir Everard Home[1814]
PT/8/29/2Plate, 'Side view of the skull and the two jaws' by W [William] Clift[1814]
PT/9/7Paper, 'Experiments to ascertain the influence of the spinal marrow on the action of the heart in fishes' by William Clift[1815]
PT/8/29/3Plate, 'Continuation of the chain of vertebrae' by W [William] Clift[1814]
PT/8/29/1Manuscript, 'Some account of the fossil remains of an animal more nearly allied to fishes than any of the other classes of animals' by Sir Everard Home[1814]
PT/8/31Paper, 'On the influence of the nerves upon the action of the arteries' by Sir Everard Home[1814]
PT/8/29/4Plate, 'Portions of ribs imbedded in blue lias' by W [William] Clift[1814]
PT/8/29/5Plate, 'Three vertebrae sawn through in a longitudinal direction to shew the intervertebral cavities which are filled with blue lias' by W [William] Clift[1814]
PT/73/6/19Drawings, gullets of the Java swallow, common swallow, and blackbird by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/10/12Paper, 'Experiments and observations to prove that the action of many medicines is through the medium of the circulating blood, more particularly that of the colchicum autumnale upon the gout' by Sir Everard Home[1816]
PT/9/16/4Plate, 'The same parts in the myxine' by William Clift[1815]
PT/9/16Paper, 'On the structure of the organs of respiration in animals which appear to hold an intermediate place between those of the class Pisces and the class Vermes, and in two genera of the last mentioned class' by Sir Everard Home[1815]
PT/9/16/1Manuscript, 'On the structure of the organs of respiration in animals which appear to hold an intermediate place between those of the class Pisces and the class Vermes, and in two genera of the last mentioned class' by Sir Everard Home[1815]
PT/9/16/2Plate, 'A view of a portion of the lamprey of the natural size, the organs of respiration exposed' by William Clift[1815]
PT/9/17/1Manuscript, 'On the mode of generation of the lamprey and myxine' by Sir Everard Home[1815]
PT/9/17Paper, 'On the mode of generation of the lamprey and myxine' by Sir Everard Home[1815]
PT/9/17/2Plate, 'A lamprey of the natural size laid open, to show the ovarium at the time the eggs begin to be shed; a portion of the ovarium and testicle of the natural size' by William Clift[1815]
PT/73/3/6Drawing, cardiac cavities and gizzards of birds by [William Clift][1812]
PT/9/16/5Plate, 'Back view of the Aphrodita aculeata' by William Clift[1815]
PT/9/16/6Plate, 'The respiratory organs [of the Aphrodita aculeata] laid bare by removing the skin and muscles of the back' by William Clift[1815]
MC/1/159Letter from Louis Jacobson, doctor and professor in medicine, Copenhagen, to the Royal Society8 September 1828
PT/10/9Paper, 'Some account of the feet of those animals whose progressive motion can be carried on in opposition to gravity' by Sir Everard Home[1816]
PT/10/13Paper, 'An appendix to a paper on the effects of the colchicum autumnale on gout' by Sir Everard Home[1816]
PT/12/21Paper, 'A description of the teeth of the Delphinus gangeticus' by Sir Everard Home[1818]
PT/73/7/18Paintings, ovaries of the hen by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1819]
PT/11/18Paper, 'On the passage of the ovum from the ovarium to the uterus in women' by Sir Everard Home[1817]
PT/11/23Paper, 'The distinguishing characters between the ova of the sepia, and those of the Vermes testacea, that live in water explained' by Sir Everd [everard] Home[1817]
PT/11/25Paper, 'Some accounts of the nests of the Java swallow and of the glands that secrete the mucus of which they are composed' by Sir Everard Home[1817]
PT/73/6/23Painting, human stomach by W [William] Clift[1817]
PT/12/3/2Plate, 'The different parts that compose the sternum, in the fossil animal' and 'The corresponding bones in the ornithorhynchus paradoxus' by W [William] Clift[1818]
PT/12/3/3Plate, 'The representation of a fossil bone of the natural size, which appears to belong to the same animal' by W [William] Clift[1818]
PT/12/3/1Manuscript, 'Additional facts respecting the fossil remains of an animal on which two papers have a place in the Phil [Philosophical] Trans [Transactions] shewing that the bones of the sternum resemble those of the ornithorhynchus paradoxus' by Sir Everard Home[1818]
PT/12/16/2Plate, enlarged and malformed uterus by unknown artist[1818]
PT/12/11Paper, 'The Croonian Lecture. On the changes the blood undergoes in the act of coagulation' by Sir Everard Home[1817]
PT/12/12/2Plate, muscular fibres from boiled chicken thigh by Franz Bauer[1818]
PT/12/12/3Plate, human blood globules and blood drawn from an arm by Franz Bauer[1818]
PT/12/12/5Plate, 'Coagulated blood injected under the receiver of the air pump' by Franz Bauer[1818]
PT/12/12/1Manuscript, 'Some additions to the Croonian Lecture on the changes the blood undergoes in the act of coagulation' by Sir Everard Home[1818]
PT/12/12/4Plate, blood drawn from an arm by Franz Bauer[1818]
PT/12/12/7Plate, 'A portion of human intestine, to which a small exudation of coagulable lymph is attached' by Franz Bauer[1818]
PT/12/12/6Plate, 'Small coagulum injected with coloured injection, from the arteries of the neighbouring parts' by Franz Bauer[1818]
PT/12/12/8Plate, coagulum of blood that was in contact with the tunica vaginalis before death by Franz Bauer[1818]
PT/12/12Paper, 'Some additions to the Croonian Lecture on the changes the blood undergoes in the act of coagulation' by Sir Everard Home[1818]
PT/12/16/1Letter, 'On a malconformation of the uterine system in women; and on some physiological conclusions to be derived from it' from A B [Augustus Bozzi] Granville to Sir E [Everard] Home[1818]
PT/12/3Paper, 'Additional facts respecting the fossil remains of an animal on which two papers have a place in the Phil [Philosophical] Trans [Transactions] shewing that the bones of the sternum resemble those of the ornithorhynchus paradoxus' by Sir Everard Home[1818]
PT/12/21/2Plate, various views of the jaws and teeth of the Delphinus gangeticus by unknown artist[1818]
PT/12/21/1Manuscript, 'A description of the teeth of the Delphinus gangeticus' by Sir Everard Home[1818]
PT/73/8/22Painting, dugong caecum by [William Clift][1820]
PT/13/15Paper, 'An account of the fossil skeleton of the proteo-saurus' by Sir Everard Home[1819]
PT/13/16Paper, 'Reasons for giving the name proteo-saurus to the fossil skeleton which has been described' by Sir Everard Home[1819]
PT/14/16/2Plate, unpublished illustrations of the anatomy of the dugong by [Thomas Stamford Raffles][1820]
PT/15/28Paper, 'On the peculiarities that distinguish the manatee of the West Indies from the dugong of the East Indian seas' by Sir Everard Home[1821]
PT/14/12Paper, 'On the milk tusks, and organs of hearing of the dugong' by Sir Everard Home[1820]
PT/73/6/11Painting, human ovary by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/73/11/5Paintings, pregnant frog and ova by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1824]
PT/14/17/2Plate, two cross-sections of the corpora cavernosa by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/1Paper, 'On the black retemucosum of the negro [sic], being a defence against the scorching effect of the sun's rays' by Sir Everard Home[1820]
PT/14/16/1Manuscript, 'Some account of the dugong' by Sir [Thomas] Stamford Raffles in a letter to Sir Everard Home[1820]
PT/14/17/3Plate, four cross-sections of a penis where the arteries in the corpora cavernosa and corpus spongiosum have been injected with spirit by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/14/17/1Manuscript, 'Microscopical observations on the human urethra' by Sir Everard Home[1820]
PT/14/17/6Plate, transverse and longitudinal sections of the urethra by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/14/17/7Plate, internal membrane, muscular structure, and strictured part of the urethra by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/14/17/5Plate, corpus spongiosum urethrae, internal membrane of the urethra, and villi of the covering of the glans penis by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/14/17/4Plate, three views of a longitudinal section of the penis with the corpora cavernosa injected with mercury by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/14/21Paper, 'An account of a new mode of performing the high operation for the stone' by Sir Everard Home[1820]
PT/10/20Paper, 'On the formation of fat in the intestine of the tadpole, and on the use of the yolk in the formation of the embryo in the egg' by Sir Everard Home[1816]
PT/15/1/2Plate, 'Eclipse of the sun, 7 September 1820' by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/1/1Manuscript, 'On the black retemucosum of the negro, being a defence against the scorching effect of the sun's rays' by Sir Everard Home[1820]
PT/15/5/5Plate, human spleen by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/5/6Plate, two sections of the spleen by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/5/2Plate, globules of the cerebrum and retina and a portion of the medullary substance of the cerebrum by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/5/7Plate, two sections of the spleen in different stages of maceration by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/5/1Manuscript, 'The Croonian Lecture. Microscopical observations on the structure of the brain, and nerves; and an investigation into the component parts of the blood; showing that the materials of which the brain is composed exist in that fluid. Also, on the discovery of valves in the branches of the veins of the vasa breve that go from the stomach to the splenic vein; and on the structure of the spleen' by Sir Everard Home[1820]
PT/73/11/4Paintings, human umbilical cord by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1824]
PT/15/5/4Plate, human stomach and spleen by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/5/8Plate, a section of the spleen completely macerated by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/15/18Paper, 'An account of the skeletons of the dugong, two-horned rhinoceros, and tapir of Sumatra, sent to England by Sir Thos [Thomas] Raffles, Governor of Bencoolen [Bengkulu, Sumatra]' by Sir Everard Home[1821]
PT/15/18/3Plate, 'Stomach of a rhinoceros from Sumatra inverted' by Wm [William] Clift[1821]
PT/15/18/2Plate, 'Skeleton of a female dugong' by Wm [William] Clift[1821]
PT/15/18/5Plate, 'The skull of the tapir from Sumatra' by Wm [William] Clift[1821]
PT/15/18/1Manuscript, 'An account of the skeletons of the dugong, two-horned rhinoceros, and tapir of Sumatra, sent to England by Sir Thos [Thomas] Raffles, Governor of Bencoolen [Bengkulu, Sumatra]' by Sir Everard Home[1821]
PT/15/18/4Plate, 'The skeleton of the rhinoceros from Sumatra' by R [Robert] Hills[1821]
PT/15/24Paper, 'Case of a diseased enlargement of the glands of the neck' by John Howship[1821]
PT/15/18/6Plate, 'The skull of the tapir from America' by Wm [William] Clift[1821]
PT/15/24/1Manuscript, 'Case of a diseased enlargement of the glands of the neck' by John Howship[1821]
PT/15/24/2Plate, placement of tumour in relation to trachea and bronchial gland by John Howship[1821]
PT/15/28/3Plate, manatee skeleton by Wm [William] Clift[1821]
PT/15/28/4Plate, 'Stomach. Manati.' by Wm [William] Clift[1821]
PT/15/28/1Manuscript, 'On the peculiarities that distinguish the manatee of the West Indies from the dugong of the East Indian seas' by Sir Everard Home[1821]
PT/15/28/2Plate, watercolour of manatee to scale by Wm [William] Clift[1821]
PT/15/28/5Plate, 'Caecum, Manati.' by Wm [William] Clift[1821]
PT/73/11/3Paintings, tapir placenta by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1824]
PT/17/13Paper, 'An account of the organs of generation of the Mexican proteus called by the natives axolotl' by Sir Everard Home[1824]
PT/17/iPlates, accompanying paper titled 'The Croonian Lecture. On the internal structure of the human brain, when examined in the microscope, as compared with that of fishes, insects and worms' by Sir Everard Home[1823]
PT/17/i/2Plate, brains of the silkworm, caterpillar, lobster, and earthworm by Franz Bauer[1823]
PT/17/1/4Plate, stomach of the walrus by Linley Rose[1824]
PT/9/16/3Plate, '[Respiratory] organs exposed in the animal from the South Seas and one of the bags or organs laid open' by William Clift[1815]
PT/17/1/6Plate, placenta of the seal by Linley Rose[1824]
PT/17/1/5Plate, gall bladder and duodenum of the walrus by Linley Rose[1824]
PT/17/i/1Plate, portions of human cerebrum and brains of the tench, bee, and snail by Franz Bauer[1823]
PT/17/1/2Plate, views of left hind flipper of walrus by Franz Bauer[1824]
PT/17/1/3Plate, internal structure of left hind flipper of walrus by Linley Rose[1824]
PT/17/13/3Plate, 'Male organs in the different stages of development' by Franz Bauer[1824]
PT/17/13/2Plate, 'The external appearance of the organs of generation' by Franz Bauer[1824]
PT/17/13/4Plate, 'Female organs in the different stages of development' by Franz Bauer[1824]
PT/17/13/1Manuscript, 'An account of the organs of generation of the Mexican proteus called by the natives axolotl' by Sir Everard Home[1824]
PT/14/25Paper, 'Particulars respecting the anatomy of the dugong, not mentioned by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles. Intended as a supplement to Sir Stamford's account of that animal' by Sir Everard Home[1820]
PT/73/11/25Paintings, human brain and pullet's egg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1825]
PT/11/12Paper, 'An account of some fossil remains of the rhinoceros discovered by Mr Whitby in a cavern inclosed in the lime stone rock, from which he is forming the break water at Plymouth' by Sir Everard Home[1817]
PT/73/9/41Paintings, plate 38 showing hen's egg and dissected embryo by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/4/12Second part of paper, 'On the mode of breeding of the ovoviviperous [sic] shark, and on the aeration of the fœtal blood in different classes of animals' by Everard Home[1810]
MC/2Volume 2 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1832-1838
PT/9/16/7Plate, 'The Hirudo medicinalis laid open from behind, the stomach removed, exposing the respiratory organs' by William Clift[1815]
MC/2/110Letter from J.F. Palmer, 38 Golden Square, to [Benjamin Collins] Brodie4 February 1834
PT/14/1Paper, 'The Croonian Lecture. A further investigation of the component parts of the blood' by Sir Everard Home[1819]
PT/2/20Portion of paper, 'Observations on the stomachs, which have been described' by Everard Home[1807]
PT/73/1Illustrations produced for the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, volume 97 1807
PT/7/9Paper, 'A description of the solvent glands and gizzards of the ardea argala, the casuarius emu, and the long legged casawary [cassowary] from New South Wales' by Sir Everard Home[1812]
PT/73/13/14Painting, cavities of stomachs of zariffa [giraffe?], bullock, and sheep by Franz [Andreas] Bauer1829
PT/73/11/13Paintings, external and internal appearance of splanchnic ganglion by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1825]
PT/13/18Paper, 'On the ova of the opossum tribe' by Sir Everard Home[1819]
PT/14/16Paper, 'Some account of the dugong' by Sir [Thomas] Stamford Raffles in a letter to Sir Everard Home[1820]
PT/12/16Letter, 'On a malconformation of the uterine system in women; and on some physiological conclusions to be derived from it' from A B [Augustus Bozzi] Granville to Sir E [Everard] Home[1818]
PT/17/1Paper, 'Some curious facts respecting the walrus and seal, discovered by the examination of specimens brought to England by the different ships lately returned from the polar circle' by Sir Everard Home in a letter to Sir H [Humphry] Davy11 February 1824
MC/1Volume 1 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1800-1831
PT/73/13/12Painting, front view of stomach of zariffa [giraffe?] by Franz [Andreas] Bauer1829
PT/11/3Paper, 'Account of some experiments made on the torpedo electricus at La Rochelle' by John T Todd[1816]
AP/9/22/6Unpublished manuscript, 'Contributions towards the anatomy of whales' by Willm [William] Scoresby30 November 1821
AP/9/22/5Unpublished drawings, skull and blowing canals of narwhal by [William Scoresby?][1821]
AP/9/22/2Unpublished drawings, 'Anatomy of the whale' by [William Scoresby?][1821]
PT/73/1/10Painting, view of a donkey's stomach inverted by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/1/1Painting, 'Turkey's gizzard' by [William Clift] 1807
PT/73/1/3Painting, 'Deer. Second cavity of the stomach' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/1/4Painting, 'Internal view. Natural size. Hare' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/1/5Painting, 'External view. Natural size. Rabbit' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/1/6Painting, 'Internal view. Natural size. Beaver' by W [William] Clift [1807]
PT/73/2Illustrations produced for the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, volume 99 1809
PT/73/1/7Painting, 'Beaver glands' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/1/8Painting, 'Dormouse [stomach]' by [William Clift]1807
PT/73/1/11Painting, 'Internal view...Kanguroo' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/1/12Painting, 'Hog. Internal view' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/1/13Painting, 'Elephant. Internal view' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/1/15Painting, 'Human [stomach] to show the glands and contraction' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/1/17Painting, 'English long-eared bat [stomach]. Vespertilio auritus' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/1/18Painting, 'Lynx [stomach]' by [William Clift]29 April 1807
PT/73/1/19Painting, 'Hawk [stomach] natural size' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/2/1Painting, vertebrae of Squalus maximus [basking shark] by [William Clift][1809]
PT/73/1/21Painting, 'Frog [stomach]' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/1/20Painting, 'Viper [stomach]' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/7/16Paintings, ovaries of an American opossum by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1819]
PT/73/1/14Painting, 'Cormorant's stomach' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/3/9First part of paper, 'On the nature of the intervertebral substance in fish, and quadrupeds' by Everard Home[1809]
PT/73/3/9Painting, 'Little auk [gizzard]' by [William Clift]1812
PT/73/11/6Paintings, ova and tadpoles by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1824]
PT/73/3/13Painting, 'African ostrich [gizzard]' by [William Clift]1812
PT/73/9/54Painting, cow placenta by [William Clift]1822
PT/73/10/6Paintings, eardrums of cattle, deer, and hare by W [William] Clift[1822]
PT/16/3Paper, 'On the difference of structure between the human membrana tympani and that of the elephant' by Sir Everard Home[1822]
PT/73/6/1Painting, heart and associated organs of the Sepia officinalis [common cuttlefish] by [William Clift][1816]
PT/73/9/53Painting, guinea pig foetus and placenta by [William Clift]1822
PT/73/3/7Painting, 'Woodpecker [gizzard]' by [William Clift]1812
PT/73/4/3Painting, cassowary gizzard by [John Howship][1812?]
PT/73/4/18Painting, cerebellum of the Squalus acanthias [spiny dogfish] by J H [John Howship][1813]
PT/73/4/5Painting, narwhal skulls and tusks by unknown artist[1813]
PT/73/7/17Paintings, ovaries of Ornithorhynchus paradoxicus [platypus] by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1819]
PT/73/4/16Painting, cerebellum of the Squalus maximus [basking shark] by J [John] Howship[1813]
PT/73/4/17Painting, cerebellum of the Squalus maximus [basking shark] by J [John] Howship[1813]
PT/1/5/1Manuscript, 'Observations on the structure of the different cavities, which constitute the stomach of the whale, compared with those of ruminating animals, with a view to ascertain the situation of the digestive organ' by Everard Home[1807]
PT/73/8/2Paintings, tumour with human blood lymph cells by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1819]
PT/73/4/19Painting, heart of Lophius piscatorius [angler fish] by [William Clift] [1813]
PT/73/4/14Painting, stomach and duodenum of the Squalus maximus [basking shark] by J [John] Howship[1813]
PT/73/4/15Painting, heart of the Squalus maximus [basking shark] by J [John] Howship[1813]
PT/73/10/3Paintings, human eardrums by W [William] Clift[1822]
PT/73/9/51Painting, hedgehog foetus and placenta by [William Clift]1822
PT/73/5/8Painting, Lacerta gecko by [William Clift] [1816]
PT/73/6/2Painting, heart and associated organs of the Sepia officinalis [common cuttlefish] by [William Clift][1816]
PT/73/9/10Paintings, eagle head by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1821]
PT/73/5/17Painting, 'Squalus acanthias' [spiny dogfish, scapula and pectoral fin] by W [William] Clift[1816]
PT/16/13Paper, 'On the double organs of generation of the lamprey, the conger eel, the common eel, and the barnicle [sic] which impregnate themselves; and of the earth worm, the individuals of which tribe mutually impregnate one another' by Sir Everard Home[1823]
PT/14/19Letter, including tables to accompany 'On the errors in longitude as determined by the chronometers at sea, arising from the action of the iron in the ships upon the chronometers' by George Coleman to George Fisher5 June 1820
PT/73/6/13Paintings, human ovum by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/4/11First part of paper, 'On the mode of breeding of the ovoviviperous [sic] shark, and on the aeration of the fœtal blood in different classes of animals' by Everard Home[1810]
PT/73/5/18Painting, fossilised ichthyosaur paddle by [William Clift][1816]
PT/73/7/6Paintings, ovaries of a cow by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/10/23Paper, 'Farther observations on the feet of animals whose progressive motion can be carried on against gravity' by Sir Everard Home[1816]
PT/73/5/22Paintings, great diving beetle legs by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1816]
PT/73/9/31Painting, Orkney seal skull by Willm [William] Clift1803
PT/73/6/10Painting, human uterus by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/73/6/4Painting, Lumbricus marinus [lugworm] dissected by [William Clift][1816]
PT/73/6/3Painting, Lumbricus marinus [lugworm] by [William Clift][1816]
PT/73/6/5Painting, Lumbricus marinus [lugworm] dissected by [William Clift][1816]
PT/11/1Paper, 'An account of the circulation of the blood in the class vermes of Linn [Linnæus] and the principle in which it differs from that in the other classes explaind [sic]' by Sir Everard Home[1816]
PT/73/6/6Painting, Lumbricus terrestris [earthworm] dissected by [William Clift][1816]
PT/73/6/21Painting, interior surfaces of the human oesophagus and stomach by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/73/9/36Paintings, embryo development in a hen's egg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/5/24Paintings, grasshopper legs by [Franz Andreas Bauer][1816]
PT/73/5/20Paintings, bluebottle fly and fever-fly legs by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1816]
PT/73/8/12Painting, dugong skull and tusk by W H [William Home] Clift[1820]
PT/13/1Paper, 'The Croonian Lecture. On the conversion of pus into granulations of new flesh' by Sir Everard Home[1818]
PT/73/9/56Paintings, deer, sheep, and goat placenta details by [William Clift][1822]
PT/73/7/5Paintings, human ovary and corpus luteum during and after pregnancy by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/7/4Paintings, human ovary and corpus luteum during and after pregnancy by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/7/7Paintings, ovaries of a cow by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/7/2Paintings, superficial sore on a human leg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/7/9Paintings, ovaries of a pig by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/7/10Paintings, ovaries of a pig by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/7/1Paintings, superficial sore on a human leg by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1818]
PT/73/8/1Paintings, coagulated human blood and crystals by [Franz Andreas Bauer][1819]
PT/73/7/15Paintings, ovaries of a kangaroo by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1819]
PT/1/iFragment of notes following publication of 'A description of the anatomy of the ornithorhynchus paradoxus' by Everard Home[1802]
PT/73/9/32Painting, New Georgia seal skull by Wm [William] Clift1822
PT/73/9/47Painting, monkey placenta by [William Clift]1822
PT/73/9/45Painting, human placenta by [William Clift][1822]
PT/73/7/19Paintings, ovaries of the hen by [Franz Andreas Bauer][1819]
PT/73/9/48Painting, monkey placenta by [William Clift]1822
PT/73/8/14Painting, lower jaw and teeth of a dugong by W H [William Home] Clift[1820]
PT/73/8/26Painting, dugong sternum by [William Clift][1820]
PT/73/8/23Painting, dugong heart by [William Clift][1820]
PT/73/9/9Paintings, goose eye by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1821]
PT/73/8/13Painting, dugong skull and tusks by W H [William Home] Clift[1820]
PT/73/9/44Paintings, dissected chick by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/8/16Painting, nasal bones of the proteosaurus [ichthyosaur] by [William Clift][1820]
PT/73/8/24Painting, dugong respiratory system by [William Clift][1820]
PT/73/8/18Painting, Sumatra dugong by [William Clift][1820]
PT/73/9/5Paintings, human eye by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1821]
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/73/8/21Painting, dugong tongue by [William Clift][1820]
PT/14/17Paper, 'Microscopical observations on the human urethra' by Sir Everard Home[1820]
PT/73/8/20Painting, gastric glands of the dugong by [William Clift][1820]
PT/73/8/19Painting, stomach of the dugong by [William Clift][1820]
PT/73/8/27Painting, dugong pelvic bones by [William Clift][1820]
PT/73/6/12Painting, human ovary by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/73/8/25Painting, dugong sexual organs by [William Clift][1820]
PT/73/9/4Paintings, human eye by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1821]
PT/73/9/8Paintings, goose eye by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1821]
PT/73/1/16Painting, 'Vampyre bat [stomach]' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/9/6Paintings, bullock's eye by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1821]
PT/73/9/2Painting, fossilised rhinoceros horn by [William Clift][1821]
PT/73/9/3Painting, fossilised rhinoceros skull by W H [William Home] Clift[1821]
PT/73/9/7Paintings, goose head and eye by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1821]
PT/73/1/9Painting, 'Water-rat [stomach]' by [William Clift][1807]
PT/73/6/22Painting, interior surfaces of the human stomach and duodenum by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1817]
PT/73/10/20Paintings, earthworm by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1823]
PT/73/3/14Drawing, 'Solvent glands [African ostrich gizzard]' by [William Clift]1812
PT/73/3/8Painting, 'Larus canus [common gull gizzard]' by [William Clift]1812
PT/73/3/10Painting, 'Parrot [gizzard]' by William Clift1812
PT/73/4/2Painting, 'Adjutant or argala [gizzard]' by J [John] Howship[1812?]
PT/73/9/42Paintings, hen's egg and dissected embryo by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/10/19Paintings, earthworm by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1823]
PT/73/9/43Paintings, chicken embryo by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1822]
PT/73/5/9Paintings, feet of the Lacerta gecko and the house-fly and the gripping organ of the suckerfish by [William Clift] [1816]
PT/73/9/1Painting, rhinoceros skull by W [William] Clift27 August 1821
PT/15/5/3Plate, spleen, valves in the stomach, and blood globules and salts from a skate by Franz Bauer[1820]
PT/73/5/19Paintings, Lacerta gecko toes by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1816]
PT/73/10/5Painting, Indian elephant eardrum and mastoid cells by W [William] Clift[1822]
PT/73/10/18Paintings, ovaries and testes of the lamprey and conger eel by F [Franz Andreas] Bauer[1823]
PT/73/4/4Painting, 'N.S.W. [New South Wales] cassowary [gizzard]' by [John Howship][1812?]
PT/73/10/21Paintings, earthworm by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1823]
PT/73/10/23Paintings, barnacles by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1823]
PT/73/10/22Paintings, earthworm eggs and their development by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1823]
PT/73/11/2Paintings, seal placenta by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1824]
PT/73/12/5Paintings, tumour and femoral artery by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1826]
PT/73/12/4Paintings, internal view of aneurismal sac by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1826]
PT/73/12/6Paintings, blood coagula by Franc [Franz Andreas] Bauer29 November 1825
PT/2/15Paper, 'On the differences in the structure of calculi, which arise from their being formed in different parts of the urinary passages, and on the effects that are produced upon them, by the internal use of solvent medicines' by Mr W [William Thomas] Brande in a letter to Everard Home23 April 1808
PT/73/12/3Paintings, anterior view of aneurismal sac by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1826]
PT/73/12/2Paintings, magnified muscular fibres by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1825]
PT/73/12/9Paintings, freshwater mussel and pearls by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1826]
PT/73/7/13Painting, fossilised skull of the proteo-saurus [ichthyosaur] by [William Clift][1819]
PT/73/13/5Paintings, lung cells and bronchial ramifications of the hare by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1827]
PT/73/13/13Painting, back view of stomach of zariffa [giraffe?] by Franz [Andreas] Bauer1829
PT/73/11/6aPaintings, tadpoles by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1824]
AP/2/14/2Unpublished paintings, crystals of uric acid by Franz Bauer[early 19th century]
AP/2/11Unpublished paper, 'Observations on Iguana tuberculata, Laur. the common guana [sic]' by Lansdown Guilding16 July 1823
AP/2/14Unpublished paper, 'On the crystallization of uric acid' by Sir E [Everard] Home[early 19th century]
AP/2/14/1Unpublished manuscript, 'On the crystallization of uric acid' by Sir E [Everard] Home[early 19th century]
AP/3/4Unpublished paper, 'Experiments and observations upon vital temperatures' by James Macartney[early 19th century]
AP/3/4/1Unpublished manuscript, 'Experiments and observations upon vital temperatures' by James Macartney[early 19th century]
MC/4Volume 4 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1844-1850
PT/17/1/1Manuscript, 'Some curious facts respecting the walrus and seal, discovered by the examination of specimens brought to England by the different ships lately returned from the polar circle' by Sir Everard Home in a letter to Sir H [Humphry] Davy11 February 1824
PT/14/7Paper, 'A case of the human foetus met with in the ovarium of the size it usually acquires at the end of the fourth month' by A B [Augustus Bozzi] Granville in a letter to Sir Everard HomeJune 1819
PT/73/3/2Painting, internal section of the auditory structures in Balaena mysticetus [bowhead whale] by Wm [William] Clift1811
PT/13/5Paper, 'On corpora lutea' by Sir Everard Home[1819]
AP/8/4Unpublished paper, 'Experiments on the contents of the cardiac portion of the stomach, with a view to prevent an increased secretion of uric acid, with some remarks on the composition of the urine' by William T [Thomas] Brande1 January 1810
PT/73/3/11Painting, 'American ostrich [rhea gizzard]' by [William Clift]1812
PT/73/5/14Painting, ichthyosaur ribs fossil by unknown artist[1816]
AP/9/22/1Unpublished letter, on the anatomy of whales from Willm [William] Scoresby to Evd [Everard] Home30 November 1821
PT/11/27Paper, 'Observations on the gastric glands of the human stomach, and the contraction which takes place in that viscus' by Sir Everard Home[1817]
AP/9/22Unpublished paper and letter, 'Contributions towards the anatomy of whales' by Willm [William] Scoresby30 November 1821
AP/12/16Unpublished letters, 'Microscopical observations on the muscular fibres of the elephant' from Herbert Mayo to Sir Everard Home[1826]
AP/12/16/1Unpublished letter, regarding paper on muscular fibres from Everard Home to Sir Humphry [Davy]22 March 1826
AP/12/16/2Unpublished letter, 'Microscopical observations on the muscular fibres of the elephant' from Herbert Mayo to Sir Everard Home[1826]
PT/73/3/1Painting, external view of the anatomy of hearing in Balaena mysticetus [bowhead whale] by W [William] Clift1811
PT/73/5/25Paintings, oak bush-cricket legs by [Franz Andreas Bauer][1816]
PT/73/3/12Painting, 'Rhea americana [gizzard]' by [William Clift]1812
PT/73/5/15Painting, fossilised ichthyosaur vertebra by [William Clift][1816]
PT/73/3/15Painting, 'Struthio camelus [African ostrich gizzard]' by [William Clift]1812
PT/73/4/13Painting, pectoral fin of the Squalus maximus [basking shark] by J [John] Howship[1813]
PT/73/5/23Paintings, Abyssinian cricket legs by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1816]
PT/73/5/21Paintings, yellow saw-fly legs by Franz [Andreas] Bauer[1816]
PT/73/8/15Painting, fossilised skull and jaws of the proteosaurus [ichthyosaur] by [William Clift][1820]
L&P/12/129/1Paper, 'Description of a rare species of worm shells near Sumatra' by John Griffiths and Everard Home1806
PT/15/5Paper, 'The Croonian Lecture. Microscopical observations on the structure of the brain, and nerves; and an investigation into the component parts of the blood; showing that the materials of which the brain is composed exist in that fluid. Also, on the discovery of valves in the branches of the veins of the vasa breve that go from the stomach to the splenic vein; and on the structure of the spleen' by Sir Everard Home[1820]
L&P/12/78Paper, 'Account of the voluntary expansion of the skin of the neck in the Cobra di Capella' by Patrick Russell and Everard Home1804
L&P/12/68Paper, 'Observations on the orifaces found in certain poisonous snakes; some further remarks' by Patrick Russell and Everard Home1803
AP/19/16Unpublished paper, 'On the ova of woman and the mammiferous 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 bird' by Thomas Wharton Jones1835
L&P/11/138/1Paper, 'Some observations of the head of the Ornithorhynchus paradoxus' by Everard Home1800
AP/16/14Unpublished paper, 'Some remarks on the internal structure of the platypus anatinus (Ornithorhynchus paradoxus, Blum.)' by Richard Griffin1831
AP/19/16/1Unpublished manuscript, 'On the ova of woman and the mammiferous 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 bird' by Thomas Wharton Jones1835
MC/11Volume 11 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1877-1879
MC/11/376Letter from Francis Rowden, 6 Munster Terrace, St Leonards-on-Sea, to the Secretary of the Royal Society12 June 1879
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