Reference numberEC/1732/09
Previous numbersCert I, 20; A03595
TitleHoustoun, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationWilliam Houstoun MD
A Gentleman well versed in all Physical knowledge, particularly in Botany, who has communicated an excellent account of the Contrayerva (which has been printed in the Philosophical Transactions) and is now Set out on a Voyage to America, in Search of the Plants & Drugs of that Countrey, desires to become a Member of this Society, and is accordingly recommended by us
ProposersHans Sloane; John Martyn; Peter Collinson; Philip Miller
Access statusOpen

Houstoun, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

Houstoun, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA3050Houstoun; William (c 1695 - 1733)c 1695 - 1733
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