- Also known as
primary name: Garden, Alexander
- individual; medical; British; Male
- Other dates
- 1814-1835 (fl.c.)
- No.11, Old Compton Street, Soho, London (in 1814, with Friedrich Accum)
No.372, Oxford Street, London (in 1832)
- Chemist; pupil, then partner, of Friedrich Accum (q.v.) Bill-head in Banks Collection (Banks,35.37+) states "Bought of Alexander Garden (Late Accum & Garden) Operative Chemist... Portable Chemical Laboratorys [sic], Mineralogical Chests, Chemical Test Chests, And Chests of Chemical Amusement. Medicine Chests for Family use, Travelling and Exportation. Preparations for producing correct imitations of all the celebrated Mineral Waters." The bill is dated 1832. . Bill-head in Banks Collection (D,2.260) states "Bought of Fredrick Accum, and Alexander Garden, Experimental Chemists. Mr.Accum acquaints the Patrons and Amateurs of Chemistry that he continues to give private Courses of Lectures on Operative and Philosophical Chemistry, Practical Pharmacy, and the Art of Analysis, as well as to take Resident Pupils in his House, and that he keeps constantly on Sale in as pure a State as possible, all the Re-Agents and Articles of Research, made use of in Experimental Chemistry, together with a compleat [sic] Collection of Chemical Apparatus and Instruments calculated to Suit the convenience of different Purchasers. Philosophical Gentlemen residing in the Country or Abroad, desirous of becoming purchasers of large or small Collections of Chemical Preparations &c. may have explanatory Lists previously made out agreeably to the Expense they are willing to incur, and Chemical Catalogues may be had at the Laboratory Old Compton Street, Soho, London."