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Authorised form of namePercival; Thomas (1740 - 1804)
SurnamePercival
ForenamesThomas
Dates1740 - 1804
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Warrington, Lancashire, England (29 September 1740)
Death:
Manchester, Lancashire (30 August 1804)
Burial:
Warrington church, Lancashire
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
7/03/1765
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
References:
R W Jones, 'Dalton's unfortunate choice' in NR 2003 vol 57 pp 15-33
Royal Society codeNA7086
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/8/113Paper, 'Observations on the acid of tar' by Thomas Percvial1784
L&P/4/364Paper, 'The treatment of a medical case' by Thomas Percival13 September 1766
L&P/5/51Paper, 'Observations on Manchester waters' by Thomas Percival1768
L&P/5/313Paper, 'Experiments and observations on Buxton water' by Thomas Percival1772
L&P/6/55Paper, 'Further considerations on the population of Manchester and the Warrington bills of mortaility for 1773' by Thomas Percival1774
L&P/5/321Letter, 'Fixed air in malignant fevers' from Thomas Percival to the Royal Society19 October 1772
L&P/5/273Letter, 'A curious medical case' from Thomas Henry to Thomas Percival6 August 1771
L&P/5/259Paper, 'Experiments and observations on the Colombo root' by Thomas Percival25 July 1771
L&P/6/5Letter, 'Population in Manchester and adjacent places' from Thomas Percival to Samuel Horsley15 February 1774
L&P/6/2Letter, 'Experiments in dyeing black' from James Clegg to Thomas Percival11 November 1773
L&P/6/109Paper, 'The population of Manchester' by Thomas Percival1 July 1774
L&P/6/154Paper, 'The population of Manchester' by Thomas Percival20 September 1775
L&P/7/149Paper, 'A new and cheap methoid of preparing potash' by Thomas Percival3 March 1780
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