Authorised form of nameNewbold; Thomas John (1807 - 1850)
ForenamesThomas John
Dates1807 - 1850
Dates and placesBirth:
Macclesfield, Cheshire, England (08 February 1807)
Mahabaleshwar, Bombay, India (29 May 1850)
Lieutenant, 23rd Regiment Madras Light Infantry (by 1841)
Royal Asiatic Society of London (non resident); Asiatic Society of Bengal; Asiatic Society of Madras; Hindoo Literary Society of Madras (corresponding)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Election Date:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA7319
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MS/709/40Letter from Thomas John Newbold, Alexandria, to James De Carle Sowerby, Geological Society Rooms, Somerset House, London30 November 1840
AP/21/18On the Regar or the Black Cotton Soil of India 12 August 1837
AP/21/7On the Spots of Upas Poison used by the Jacoons and other aboriginal tribes of the Malay Peninsula1837
MS/709/41Letter from Thomas John Newbold, to [James De Carle Sowerby?]c1845
AP/23/36Present State of the Diamond mines of Golconda 1840
RR/1/170Referee's report by unnamed referee, on a paper 'Present state of the diamond mines of Golconda' by Thomas John Newbold[1837]
PT/29/1Paper, 'On the temperature of the springs, wells and rivers of India and Egypt, and of the sea and table-lands within the tropics, with a few remarks on Mr Boussingault's mode of ascertaining the mean temperature of equinoctial regions' by Capt [Thomas John] Newbold[1842]
EC/1842/01Newbold, Thomas John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/1/171Referee's report by Charles Giles Bridle Daubeny, on a paper 'On the temperature of the springs, wells and rivers of India and Egypt, and of the sea and table-lands within the tropics' by Thomas John Newbold24 June 1844
PT/29/1iLetter, regarding submission of paper on the temperature of wells and thermal springs from Thomas John Newbold to S H [Samuel Hunter] Christie 15 July 1842
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