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Reference numberEC/1775/04
Previous numbersCert III, 214; A03375
LevelItem
TitleHey, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationMr William Hey, Surgeon in Leeds, desiring to be admitted a member of the Royal Society, we whose names are here subscribed do, from our personal knowledge of him, recommend him as a proper candidate for that [honour]. A paper of Mr Hey's, which may be seen [in the] appendix to those of J Priestley on different [kinds of] air, which is published in the [67th] volume of the Philosophical Transactions, may [give] some idea of his taste and skill in philosophical matters; and several of his papers in the Medical Inquiries and Observations are a proof of the attention which he has given to what is most scientifical in his profession
ProposersJoseph Priestly; Tho Percival; C White; William Hunter
Access statusOpen
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Hey, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7208Hey; William (1736 - 1819)1736 - 1819
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