Authorised form of nameHome; Sir; James Everard (1798 - 1853)
Dates1798 - 1853
Date of birth25 October 1798
Place of deathSydney, Australia
Date of death02 November 1853
Joined the Royal Navy; received state funeral in Sydney
CB 1842
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election21/04/1825
Bulloch's Roll
'Saml Carlisle' is Samuel Goodenough, Bishop of Carlisle
Royal Society codeNA5449
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
PT/2/2Paper, 'On the structure and uses of the spleen' by Everard Home[1808]
NLB/73/5Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to E. Holmes Esq. The Herbarium, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Surrey.7 October 1930
L&P/12/27Paper, 'Description of the anatomy of the Orithorhynchus hystrix' by Everard Home1802
EC/1825/02Home, Sir James Everard: certificate of election to the Royal Society
PT/7/27iPlates, from 'Observations intended to show that the progressive motion of snakes is partly performed by means of the ribs' by Everard Home[1812]
PT/7/27i/1Plate, 'Lateral view of the muscles of the boa constrictor' by William Clift[1812]
PT/7/27i/2Plate, 'Internal view of the abdominal muscles of the boa constrictor' by William Clift[1812]
PT/7/27i/3Plate, draft of 'Internal view of the abdominal muscles of the boa constrictor' by William Clift[1812]
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