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Authorised form of nameSalter; Samuel James Augustus (1825 - 1897)
Dates1825 - 1897
Date of birth1825
Date of death28 February 1897
OccupationDentist
Research fieldBotany
ActivityEducation:
King's College Medical School, London. MB (London)
Career:
Joined his uncle's dental practice; retired to the country and took up horticulture, heraldry and archaeology
Memberships:
FLS (1853); FGS
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election04/06/1863
RelationshipsNephew of Thomas Bell (FRS 1828)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Authority:
Death date from Boase.
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1897 vol 61 pp iii-iv signed by M T M
Notes:
Proc RS gives death date as Mar 1897.
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/250728168
Royal Society codeNA7917
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1863/14Salter, Samuel James Augustus: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/Maull/003994Salter, Samuel James Augustusnd
AP/56/5On the Centre of Motion in the Human Eye1874
NLB/7/148Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Samuel James Augustus Salter, Fellow of the Royal Society10 December 1892
NLB/14/572Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Charles Sissmore Tomes, Fellow of the Royal Society30 March 1897
NLB/14/584Copy letter from Michael Foster, to Dr Maxwell Tyldel Masters, [Fellow of the Royal Society]2 April 1897
RR/4/231Referee's report by George Busk, on a paper 'On the structure and growth of the tooth of echinus' by Samuel James Augustus Salter6 July 1861
RR/4/232Referee's report by William Benjamin Carpenter, on a paper 'On the structure and growth of the tooth of echinus' by Samuel James Augustus Salter26 April 1861
PT/62/1Paper, 'On the structure and growth of the tooth of echinus' by S [Samuel] James A [Augustus] Salter[1861]
PT/62/1/1Manuscript, 'On the structure and growth of the tooth of echinus' by S [Samuel] James A [Augustus] Salter[1861]
PT/62/1/2Plate, figures 1-3 showing echinus tooth and lines of direction by Tuffen West[1861]
PT/62/1/3Plate, figure 4 showing transverse section of echinus tooth by Tuffen West[1861]
PT/62/1/4Plate, figures 1-3 showing enamel on dorsal surface and vertical sections of keel by [Henry] Hyde Salter and Tuffen West[1861]
PT/62/1/5Plate, figure 8 showing vertical section of keel by [Henry] Hyde Salter and Tuffen West[1861]
PT/62/1/6Plate, figures 1-2 showing transverse section of keel by Tuffen West[1861]
PT/62/1/7Plate, figure 5 showing beginning of tooth growth by Tuffen West[1861]
PT/62/1/8Plate, figure 6 showing advanced growth of tooth by Tuffen West[1861]
PT/62/1/9Plate, figure 1 showing plates on external or dorsal surface by Tuffen West[1861]
PT/62/1/10Plate, figure 2 showing plates of large tooth by Tuffen West[1861]
PT/62/1/11Plate, figure 3 showing ventral or enteric surface of tooth by Tuffen West[1861]
PT/62/1/12Plate, diagrams of figures 1-3 showing lines of direction and transverse section of tooth by Tuffen West[1861]
PT/62/1/13Plate, figure 4 showing primary plates on dorsal surface of tooth by Tuffen West[1861]
PT/62/1/14Plate, figure 1 showing portions of four plates with soldering particles by Tuffen West and [Henry] Hyde Salter[1861]
PT/62/1/15Plate, figures 1-4 showing soldering particles from plates by Tuffen West and [Henry] Hyde Salter[1861]
PT/62/1/16Plate, figure 7 showing elementary fibres of keel and flabelliform processes by Tuffen West[1861]
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