Reference numberEC/1742/04
Previous numbersCert I, 199; A05245
TitleNihill, James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
Date1 April 1742
CitationJames Nihell, of London MD
Author of an usefull Treatise intitled 'Observations concerning the Prediction of Various Crises by the Pulse' being desirous of becoming a Member of the Royal Society, we accordingly recommend him, as a Gentleman well versed in Philosophical and Medical knowledge, and every way deserving that Honour.
ProposersR Mead; M Folkes; John Ward; Thomas Stack; Cromll Mortimer
Access statusOpen

Nihill, James: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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