Authorised form of nameWarner; Joseph (1717 - 1801)
Dates1717 - 1801
Place of birthAntigua, West Indies
Date of birth1717
Place of deathAt his residence in Hatton Street, London
Date of death24 July 1801
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election06/12/1750
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
One of the proposers listed on the certificate, Nicholas Monckley, does not appear to have been a Fellow.
Royal Society codeNA5909
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1750/10Warner, Joseph: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/3/94Paper, 'Two cases of diseased knee-joints' by Joseph Warner1755
L&P/2/126Letter, 'A tumour in the bladder successfully extripated' from Joseph Warner to Martin Folkes7 May 1750
L&P/2/367Paper, 'Case of empyema' by Joseph Warner28 June 1753
L&P/2/276Paper, 'Successful operation on empyema' by Joseph Warner1752
L&P/2/303Paper, 'Of a bone and calculus extracted from the bladder' by Joseph Warner28 May 1752
L&P/2/337Paper, 'The use of agaric in stopping haemorrhages' by Joseph Warner14 December 1752
L&P/2/506Paper, 'Agaric of oak for stopping bleeding' by Joseph Warner23 May 1754
L&P/2/340Letter, 'Of a case treated with agaric and of Daviel's couching for cataract' from Joseph Warner to Thomas Birch21 December 1752
L&P/2/539Letter, 'Agaric as a syptic' from Joseph Warner to Thomas Birch3 December 1754
L&P/3/266Paper, 'Of an aneurism caused by a fall' by Joseph Warner1757
L&P/3/295Paper, 'Four rough calculi successfully extracted by lithotomy' by Joseph Warner 22 February 1758
L&P/5/125Letter, 'The case of a cuticular glove' from B Gooch to Joseph Warner9 September 1769
L&P/5/192Letter, 'Of certain medical cases' from John Latham to Joseph Warner22 November 1770
L&P/7/72Letter, 'A dropsical case' from John Latham to Joseph Warner28 October 1778
IM/004799Warner, Josephnd
L&P/3/405Letter, 'The calculi lodged in the urethra successfully removed' from Joseph Warner to the Royal Society13 December 1759
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