Reference numberEC/1822/22
Previous numbersCert VII, 92; A01787
TitleDaubeny, Charles Giles Bridle: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationCharles Daubeny MD Professor of Chemistry in the University of Oxford & a Fellow of the College of Physicians of London MGS & [?F]ellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, being desirous of becoming a fellow of the Royal Society, we whose names are under written, do from our personal Knowledge recommend [?hi]m as deserving that honor, & as likely from his extensive general Acquirements, & from the particular Attention he has paid to Chemistry and Geology, to become an useful & valuable Member
ProposersWilliam Buckland. Professor of Geology & Mineralogy.; Martin Wall MD. Professor of Clinical Medicine Oxford; John Kidd, Profr of Chemistry, Oxford; Edwd Roberts; L W Dillwyn; John Abernethy; S P Rigaud
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Daubeny, Charles Giles Bridle: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8199Daubeny; Charles Giles Bridle (1795 - 1867); chemist and botanist1795 - 1867
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