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Paget, Sir James, 1814-1899 (1st Baronet | English surgeon and pathologist)



  • Existence: 11 January 1814 - 30 December 1899

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Letters from George Francis Fitzgeral, Sir John Batty Tuke, Sir William Henry Flower, Samuel Haughton, George Ferdinand Shaw, L. Destuy (?), Sir Francis Galton, C.A.J. Renard, Sir James Paget, 1890-1892

Identifier: Coll-11/E10
Scope and Contents

From George Francis Fitzgeral (1890); Sir John Batty Tuke (1890); Sir William Henry Flower (1890); Samuel Haughton (2 letters) (1891); George Ferdinand Shaw (1891); L. Destuy (?) (1891); Sir Francis Galton (1891); C.A.J. Renard (1892); Sir James Paget (1892).

Dates: 1890-1892

Notebook No.150, February 1847- March 1847

 Item — Box Lyell-temp-box 6: Series Coll-203/A1
Identifier: Coll-203/A1/150
Scope and Contents This black leather notebook was written whilst Lyell was in London, at 11 Harley Street and starts with memoranda, then a list of 'scientific visitors'. Written in London in the years between his travels in America, this notebook considers giraffe and bony fossil fish, but in particular focuses on the work of William, Ellery Channing (April 7, 1780 – October 2, 1842), Unitarian preacher, and on race, slavery and religion. Lyell's own index...
Dates: February 1847- March 1847

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Giraffidae 1
Osteichthyes 1
Sivatherium 1
Slavery--United States 1
Unitarianism 1