Reference numberEC/1768/32
Previous numbersCert III, 62; A01940
TitleDimsdale, Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThomas Dimsdale of Hertford MD a Gentleman well known by his treatise on the practice of inoculation, and by his great success in this, as well as every other branch of his profession being desirous of the Honour of becoming a member of the Royal Society, is particularly recommended by us, who are personally acquainted with him, as deserving that Honour, and likely to become a useful member of the Royal Society
ProposersJohn Fothergill; Richard Brocklesby; M Maty
Access statusOpen
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NA7316Dimsdale; Thomas (1712 - 1800)1712 - 1800
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