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Authorised form of nameHowship; John (fl 1839)
SurnameHowship
ForenamesJohn
Datesfl 1839
ActivityProfession:
Surgeon
Memberships:
FRCS
Royal Society activityMembership:
Candidate
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/15115166
Royal Society codeNA6917
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MC/2Volume 2 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1832-1838
AP/17/8An account of two cases of Inflammatory Tumor produced by the deposit of the larva of a large fly (Ostrus Humanus) beneath the cutis, in the human subject; accompanied with drawings of the larva 1833
PT/73/4/2Painting, 'Adjutant or argala [gizzard]' by J [John] Howship[1812?]
PT/73/4/4Painting, 'N.S.W. [New South Wales] cassowary [gizzard]' by [John Howship][1812?]
PT/73/4/3Painting, cassowary gizzard by [John Howship][1812?]
PT/73/4/15Painting, heart of the Squalus maximus [basking shark] by J [John] Howship[1813]
PT/73/4/13Painting, pectoral fin 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/73/4/16Painting, cerebellum of the Squalus maximus [basking shark] by J [John] Howship[1813]
PT/73/4/14Painting, stomach and duodenum of the Squalus maximus [basking shark] by J [John] Howship[1813]
PT/73/4/18Painting, cerebellum of the Squalus acanthias [spiny dogfish] by J H [John Howship][1813]
L&P/13/14Paper, 'Experiments and observations to ascertain the means employed by the animal economy, in the formation of bone' by John Howshipc.1800
EC/1839/36Howship, John: certificate of candidature for election to the Royal Society
PT/15/24Paper, 'Case of a diseased enlargement of the glands of the neck' by John Howship[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]
MC/2/90Letter from John Howship, Saville Row, to Dr. [Peter Mark] Roget, Secretary of the Royal Society5 August 1833
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