Reference numberEC/1786/15
TitlePearson, George: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionCertificate relates to unsuccessful first candidature. Balloted and rejected 15 June 1786
CitationGeorge Pearson MD of Leicester Square, London, author of a chemical publication on the Buxton-Water, and of several papers in the third Volume of the medical Transactions of the College of physicians and in the London medical Observations and Enquiries, and a Gentleman well cersed in carious branches of natural Philosophy, being desirous of the honour of being elected a Fellow of the Royal Society we whose names are underwritten do from our personal knowledge recommend him as worthy of that honour, and likely to become an useful and valuable Member
ProposersJohn Hunter; And Kippis; George Baker; G Fordyce; Alexr Aubert; Samuel Foart Simmons; Wm Augustus Howard; Rd Kirwan; Wm Seward; Gilbert Blane; John Paradise; Tho Bowdler
Access statusOpen
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