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Reference numberEC/1837/04
Previous numbersCert VIII, 203; A56846
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TitleSolly, Samuel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationSamuel Solly Esq of St Mary Axe, a Gentleman well acquainted with various branches of Science, especially Physiology, Lecturer on Anatomy & Physiology in the School of St Thomas's Hospital, Author of a paper on the Connexion of the anterior Columns of the Spinal Cord with the Cerebellum, read before the Royal Society and of work on the Human Brain being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society, We, whose names are undersigned, do of our personal knowledge recommend him as highly deserving that honor, and as likely to prove a valuable & useful Member
ProposersBenj Travers; Astley Cooper; Wm Thos Brande; J Bostock; Richard Owen; J W Lubbock; Thomas Bell; C Wheatstone; Wm Hasledine Pepys; R H Solly; Wm Vaughan; Giffin Wilson; S Solly; Herbert Mayo; John Wm Mackie; John Edw Gray
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Solly, Samuel: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8363Solly; Samuel (1805 - 1871)1805 - 1871
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