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Authorised form of nameJones; Charles Handfield (1819 - 1890)
Dates1819 - 1890
NationalityBritish
Place of birthLiverpool, Lancashire, England
Date of birth01 October 1819
Place of deathMontagu Square, London
Date of death30 September 1890
OccupationPhysician
ActivityEducation:
Cambridge. BA, BD
Memberships:
FRCP
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election06/06/1850
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/39266505
Royal Society codeNA7645
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1850/14Jones, Charles Handfield: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/60/11Observations on the effects of Chloroform and Ether on the radial tracing1879
RR/1/130Referee's report by William Sharpey, on a paper 'On the secretory apparatus of the liver' by Charles Handfield Jones7 May 1846
RR/8/164Referee's report by Allen Thomson, on a paper 'On the effects of chloroform and ether on the radial tracing' by Charles Handfield Jonesnd [1879]
RR/8/163Referee's report by John Scott Burdon-Sanderson, on a paper 'On the effects of chloroform and ether on the radial tracing' by Charles Handfield Jones9 August 1879
RR/1/129Referee's report by Robert Bentley Todd, on a paper 'On the secretory apparatus of the liver' by Charles Handfield Jones22 May 1846
MS/426/340Copy letter from C R [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [Charles] H [Handfield] Jones25 July 1848
PT/46/1Paper, 'Further enquiries as to the structure, developement [sic], and function of the liver' by C [Charles] Handfield Jones19 November 1851
PT/31/4/2Plate, figures 1-5 showing series of liver cells and lobules by Charles Handfield Jones20 October 1845
PT/31/4Paper, 'On the secretory apparatus and function of the liver' by C [Charles] Handfield Jones20 October 1845
PT/31/4/1Manuscript, 'On the secretory apparatus and function of the liver' by C [Charles] Handfield Jones20 October 1845
PT/31/4/6Plate, figure 8 showing contiguous margins of lobules by Charles Handfield Jones20 October 1845
PT/31/4/3Plate, figure 6 showing a lobule surrounded by interlobular ducts by Charles Handfield Jones20 October 1845
PT/31/4/4Plate, figures 1-5 showing series of liver cells and lobules by Charles Handfield Jones20 October 1845
PT/31/4/5Plate, figures 6-7 showing lobule surrounded by interlobular ducts and portions of lobules by Charles Handfield Jones20 October 1845
PT/35/7Paper, 'On the structure and development of the liver' by C H [Charles Handfield] Jones[1847]
RR/2/125Referee's report by John Simon, on a paper 'Further inquiries as to the structure, development, and function of the liver' by Charles Handfield Jones13 September 1852
MC/4Volume 4 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1844-1850
RR/2/124Referee's report by William Clark, on a paper 'Further inquiries as to the structure, development, and function of the liver' by Charles Handfield Jones20 July 1852
MC/10/263Letter from C [Charles] Handfield Jones, 49 Green Street, Park Lane, to the Royal Society1 June 1875
MC/10Volume 10 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal SocietyJuly 1873-1876
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