Reference numberEC/1742/22
Previous numbersCert I, 217; A06559
TitleJames, Robert: certificate of candidature to the Royal Society
Date3 June 1742
CitationRobert James Dr of Physick now Living in Craig's Court Chair in Cross
Author of Some very Ingenious papers Communicated to the Royal Society being the new Method of preventing and curing the Madness caused by the bite of a Mad Dog by the use of Turpeth Mineral, and Author of the Medicinal Dictionary, being desirous of becoming a member of this Honble Body, we recommend him as a person Skill'd in all the Necessary Arts and Sciences and every way qualified for becoming an useful Member of the Same.
ProposersJohn Machin; Martin Folkes; Henry Baker; Jas Parsons; Edwd Milward; Alexr Stuart
NotesUnsuccessful candidate. It is noted on the certificate that he was 'Ballotted and rejected' on 16 December 1742
Access statusOpen

James, Robert: certificate of candidature to the Royal Society

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