Reference numberEC/1835/25
Previous numbersCert VIII, 159; A01974
TitleDobson, Sir Richard: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationSir Richard Dobson Kt Surgeon of the Royal Hospital at Greenwich, Knight of St Vladimir of Russia and of the Dannebrog of Denmark, which orders have been confer'd upon Him for distinguish'd professional Services; being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society, We whose Names are hereunto subscrib'd do of our personal Knowledge recommend him as highly deserving of that Honor and likely to prove an useful and valuable Member
ProposersW Burnett Physician General of the Navy; Wm Beatty MD Physician of Greenwich Hospital; Edwd Codrington Vice Adml; H John Spencer Churchill; W Somerville; Charles Parr Burney; John Pond Ast Royal; E H Locker; Henry Halford; G J Guthrie; J C Carpue; John Barrow; John Barrow; James McGrigor; Mattw Smith
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Dobson, Sir Richard: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5998Dobson; Sir; Richard (c 1773 - 1847)c 1773 - 1847
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