Reference numberEC/1834/43
Previous numbersCert VIII, 130; A05379
TitleOwen, Sir Richard: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationRichard Owen, Esq Assistant Conservator in the Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons, a gentleman intimately acquainted with Physiology, Comparative Anatomy, and the various branches of Natural History, - Author of a Paper on the Ornithorhynchus Paradoxus printed in the Philosophical Transactions, and of another on the Generation of Marsupial Animals recently read before the Society. - being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society, - We whose names are underwritten, do from our personal knowledge recommend him as highly deserving of that honor, and likely to prove a valuable and useful Member
ProposersJ Bostock; W J Broderip; William Blizard; W H Sykes; B C Brodie; T Copeland; Joseph Henry Green; Thos Phillipps; Edward Stanley; William Clift; M I Brunel; J McGrigor; John Edw Gray; J Hodgson; JA Clark; Joseph Sabine; Ja Clark Ross; Benj Travers; T J Pettigrew; Wm Kirby; W Spence; N A Vigors; Marshall Hall; R H Solly; A Copland Hutchison
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Owen, Sir Richard: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8083Owen; Sir; Richard (1804 - 1892)1804 - 1892
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