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William Carmichael M'Intosh FRSE FRS FLS LLD (also spelt McIntosh; 10 October 1838, St Andrews – 1 April 1931, St Andrews) was a Scottish physician and marine zoologist. He served as president of the Ray Society, as vice-president of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (1927–30), and was awarded the Neill Prize (1865-8). He was born in St Andrews on 10 October 1838 the son of Baillie John McIntosh and his wife, Eliza Mitchell. He studied Medicine at St Andrews University 1853 to 1857

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By William Carmichael M'Intosh . Professor, and Arthur Thomas Masterman, Assistant Professor of Natural History in the University of St. By William Carmichael M'Intosh . xvi, 516. Frontispiece, 20. Publication date.

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William Carmichael M'Intosh FRSE FRS FLS LLD was a Scottish physician and marine zoologist. He served as president of the Ray Society, as vice-president of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and was awarded the Neill Prize. Connected to: St Andrews Royal Society of Edinburgh Ray Society. He published two major works in his life, A Monograph of the British Annelids (1873 - 1915) in four parts and nine volumes and The Marine Invertebrates and Fishes of St. Andrews (1875).

William Carmichael M'Intosh FRSE FRS FLS (also spelt McIntosh; 10 October 1838, St Andrews – 1 April 1931, St Andrews) was a Scottish physician and marine zoologist.

William Carmichael M'Intosh FRSE FRS FLS (also spelt McIntosh; 10 October 1838, St Andrews – 1 April 1931, St Andrews) was a Scottish physician and marine zoologist His medical qualification (LRCSE) was granted in 1860 by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, following study at Edinburgh University. He published two major works in his life, A Monograph of the British Annelids (1838-1931) in four parts and nine volumes and The Marine Invertebrates and Fishes of St.

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