Reference numberEC/1830/11
Previous numbersCert VII, 287; A56289
TitleTurner, Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationEdward Turner MD Professor of Chemistry in the University of London; Fellow [of] the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Fellow of [the] Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, [Co]rresponding Member of the Royal Society of [Go]ttingen; Member of the Geological Society of London; Honorary Member of the Plinian [So]ciety of Edinburgh; Member and formerly [Pre]sident of the Royal Medical Society of [E]dinburgh; and Author of a Treatise on the [El]ements of Chemistry, and of various original [pa]pers on Chemical Subjects published in the [T]ransactions of the Royal Societies of London [a]nd Edinburgh, and in other publications on science, being desirous of being elected a Fellow of the Royal Society, We the undersigned [do] of our personal Knowledge recommend him [...] a person highly fitted to be admitted to [th]at honour and likely to become a useful [M]ember of this Society
ProposersJohn Dalton; William Henry; J F Daniell; Wm Prout; Chas Konig; [D]ion Lardner; M Faraday; A Sedgwick; W H Pepys; Rod I Murchison; Chas Aug Tulk; W A Cadell; J A Paris; J McGrigor
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Turner, Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8292Turner; Edward (1796 - 1837)1796 - 1837
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