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Reference numberEC/1790/09
Previous numbersCert V, 144; A00281
LevelItem
TitleBaillie, Matthew: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationMatthew Baillie Dr of Physic, Lecturer on Anatomy in London, and Author of two Papers in the Philosophical Transactions intituled "An Account of a remarkable Transposition of the Viscera in the Human Body" and "An account of a particular change of Structure in the Human Ovarium" being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society, we whose names are underwritten do from our personal knowlege recommend him as deserving of that honour, and likely to become an useful and valuable member
ProposersGeorge Baker; W Heberden; C Blagden; C Freville; G Shuckburgh; John Hunter; Everard Home; Wm Blizard; Maxwell Garthshore; Dav Pitcairn; John Hunter; Jas Edwd Smith; Gil Blane; E W Gray; R Melvill; George Shaw
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Baillie, Matthew: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5910Baillie; Matthew (1761 - 1823)1761 - 1823
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