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Reference numberEC/1767/09
LevelItem
TitleHunter, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationWilliam Hunter MD Physician extraordinary to the Queen, a Gentleman sufficiently known to the learned by his knowledge in all the branches of natural philosophy and in particular by his publications, and discoveries in Anatomy, being desirous of becoming a member of the Royal Society, is recommended by us on our personal knowledge of his merit and abilities, as highly deserving that honor, and likely to become a most useful member of this society
ProposersGeorge Baker; Alexr Russell; Js Porter; C Morton; M Morris; M Maty; Mat Duane; J Parsons; D P Layard
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA7363Hunter; William (1718 - 1783); Physician1718 - 1783
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