William Hunter (1755-1812)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Montrose, Angus, Écosse (GB), 1755
Death : Batavia, aujourd'hui Jakarta (Indonésie), 12-1812
Note :
Botaniste écossais ayant voyagé en Asie. - Venu en Inde (en 1781), orientaliste et traducteur, College of Fort William, Calcutta, Inde (en 1801) puis secrétaire (1805-1811)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8100 2358

Activities of William Hunter (1755-1812) (11)

Auteur du texte (10)

Journal of occurance at Canton... 1839. [With introduction by E. W. Ellsworth and notes by J. L. Cranmer-Byng and Lindsay T. Ride]
Remarks on the species of pepper which are found on Prince of Wales's Island
A concise view of the Copernican system of astronomy
An Essay on the diseases incident to Indian seamen or Lascars, on long voyages, by William Hunter,...
Narrative of a journey from Agra to Oujein
Some account of the astronomical labours of Jayasinha, rajah of Ambhere, or Jayanagar
Astronomical observations made in the Upper Provinces of Hindostan
On the plant Morinda and its uses
Astronomical observations made in the upper parts of Hindustan and on a journey thence to Oujein
Astronomical observations [in Hindostan.]

See also (3)