Reference numberEC/1738/04
TitleBaster, Job: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDominus Jobus Baster MD Belga.
A Learned Physician living at Zirkzeen a Gentleman well skilled in the various branches of his own profession and in Natural knowledge in general and Author of an Ingenious dissertation 'de Osteogenia' being desirous to become a Member of the Royal Society and being in a particular manner recommended as a person every way qualified for that Honour in Letters from Dr Boerhaave of Leyden & Dr s'Gravesende Professor of Astronomy in the Same University, is likewise recommended by us
ProposersHans Sloane; Cromll Mortimer; Thomas Stack; R M Massey; Ja Douglas
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Baster, Job: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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