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Authorised form of namePhilip; Alexander Philip Wilson (1770 - ? 1851)
Other forms of nameAlexander Philips Wilson
Alexander Philip
Other forms of surnameWilson
Dates1770 - ? 1851
NationalityBritish
Place of birthShieldhall, Scotland
Date of birth15 October 1770
Place of death? Boulogne, France
Date of death? 1851
OccupationPhysician
Research fieldMedicine
Physiology
ActivityEducation:
MD (1792, Edinburgh); LCP (1820)
Career:
Practised in Edinburgh; moved and practised in Worcester; Physician, Worcester General Infirmary (1802-1817); resigned and moved to London; vanished (1842 or 1843), probably due to a collapse in his investments which caused him to leave the country to escape prison; went to Boulogne
Memberships:
FRCPE (1795); FRCP (1834)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election11/05/1826
RelationshipsChanged his name from Alexander Philip Wilson (1807)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB; DSB
Authority:
AltName from DSB
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/10199143
Royal Society codeNA7511
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1826/06Philip, Alexander Philip Wilson: certificate of election to the Royal Society
EC/1815/26Philip, Alexander Philip Wilson: certificate of candidature for election to the Royal Society
MC/2/214Letter from Alexander Philip Wilson Philip to Dr. [Peter Mark] Roget, Secretary of the Royal Society27 June 1836
MC/2/78Letter from Alexander Philip Wilson Philip, Cavendish Square, to James Hudson, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society15 April 1833
RR/1/181Referee's report by unnamed referee, on a paper 'On the powers on which the functions of life the more perfect animals depend, and on the manner in which they are associated the production of their more complicated results' by Alexander Philip Wilson Philip[1836]
L&P/10/45Paper, 'Observations on vision' by Alexander Philip Wilson 1793
L&P/10/45/1Paper, 'Observations on vision' by Alexander Philip Wilson 1793
L&P/10/45/2Plate, 'Figures of vision' by Alexander Philip Wilson1793
L&P/11/80Paper, 'Observations on some phenomena of vision' by Alexander P Wilson1798
L&P/11/80/1Paper, 'Observations on some phenomena of vision' by Alexander P Wilson1798
MC/3/216Letter from Alexander Philip Wilson Philip to the Royal Society29 April 1842
L&P/11/80/2Plate, 'Figures of vision' by Alexander P Wilson1798
EC/1818/11Philip, Alexander Philip Wilson: certificate of candidature for election to the Royal Society
MC/3/4Letter from Alexander Philip Wilson Philip, Cavendish Square, to Dr. [Peter Mark] Roget, [Secretary of the Royal Society]24 January 1839
IM/003569Philip, Alexander Philips Wilsonnd
MC/1/54Letter from Grant David Yeats, 3 King Street, St James' Square, to the Royal Society 16 November 1817
PT/9/6Paper, 'Experiments made with a view to ascertain the principle on which the action of the heart depends, and the relation which subsists between that organ and the nervous system' by A P [Alexander Philip] Wilson Philip16 August 1814
PT/9/24Paper, 'Some additional experiments and observations on the relation which subsists between the nervous and sanguiferous systems' by A P [Alexander Philip] Wilson Philip17 May 1815
PT/21/4Paper, 'On the nature of sleep' by A P W [Alexander Philip Wilson] Philip[1833]
PT/21/3Paper, 'On the relation which subsists between the nervous and muscular systems in the more perfect animals, and the nature of the influence by which it is maintained' by A P W [Alexander Philip Wilson] Philip[1833]
MC/2Volume 2 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1832-1838
MC/2/86Letter from Alexander Philip Wilson Philip, Cavendish Square, to the Royal Society15 June 1833
MC/2/84Letter from Alexander Philip Wilson Philip, Cavendish Square, to the Royal Society21 May 1833
MC/2/124Letter from Alexander Philip Wilson Philip, Cavendish Square, to the Royal Society1 June 1834
MC/3Volume 3 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1839-1843
MC/1Volume 1 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1800-1831
AP/8A/14Unpublished paper, 'Farther experiments and observations on the relation which subsists between sanguiferous and nervous systems, particularly on the nature of secretion, the use of the ganglia, and the cause of animal temperature' by A P [Alexander Philip] Wilson Philip1 November 1815
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