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Authorised form of nameCarlisle; Sir; Anthony (1768 - 1842)
SurnameCarlisle
ForenamesAnthony
Dates1768 - 1842
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Stillington, County Durham, England (15 February 1768)
Death:
His house, Langham Place, London (02 November 1842)
ActivityProfession:
Surgeon
Research Field:
Medicine, galvanism
Education:
Attended lectures of Hunter, Baillie and W Cruickshank
Career:
Surgeon, Westminster Hospital (1793-1840); Professor of Anatomy, Royal Academy; Surgeon Extraordinary to the Prince Regent; introduced the thin bladed straight edge amputating knife in surgery
Honours:
Kt 1821
Memberships:
President of the Royal College of Surgeons (1829 and 1839)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
08/03/1804
Lectures:
Croonian 1804, 1805, 1807
RelationshipsHalf-brother of Nicholas Carlisle (FRS 1814)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB; DSB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1840 No 45 pp 260-261
Notes:
DSB gives date of death as 02 November 1840.
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/32387457
Royal Society codeNA7428
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
AP/7/4A second example of Spontaneous Mortification of the leg, accompanied with Derangement of the Valves of the Heart1807
AP/7/5On the Natural History and Chemical Anaylsis of the Substances, which constitute the Muscles of Animals1807
AP/8A/5Facts and observations relative to the connections and continuity between vascular and extra-vascular substances in the structure of living organic bodies15 June 1815
L&P/12/29Paper, 'Two kinds of eyes observed in Gryllus gryllo talpa' by Anthony Carlisle1802
L&P/12/29/1Letter, 'Two kinds of eyes observed in Gryllus gryllo talpa' from Anthony Carlisle to Joseph Banks1802
L&P/12/83Paper, 'On muscular motion' [Croonian Lecture] by Anthony Carlisle1804
L&P/11/119Plates, 'Lemur tardigradus' by Anthony Carlisle1799
L&P/11/150Paper, 'Account of a monstrous lamb' by Anthony Carlisle28 March 1800
L&P/11/150/1Letter, 'Account of a monstrous lamb' from Anthony Carlisle to Joseph Banks28 March 1800
L&P/11/119/2Plate, 'Parts of lemur tardigradus' by Anthony Carlisle1799
L&P/12/115Paper, 'The arrangement and mechanical action of the muscles of fishes' [Croonian Lecture] by Anthony Carlisle1805
L&P/12/62Paper, 'Continuation of the account of the arrangement of arteries in slow moving animals' by Anthony Carlisle15 November 1803
L&P/12/62/1Letter, 'Continuation of the account of the arrangement of arteries in slow moving animals' from Anthony Carlisle to John Symmons15 November 1803
L&P/12/97Paper, 'Physiology of the stapes' by Anthony Carlisle1805
L&P/12/97/1Paper, 'Physiology of the stapes' by Anthony Carlisle1805
L&P/12/115/1Paper, 'The arrangement and mechanical action of the muscles of fishes' [Croonian Lecture] by Anthony Carlisle1805
IM/000725Carlisle, Sir Anthonynd
EC/1803/07Carlisle, Sir Anthony: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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