Reference numberEC/1838/13
TitleTweedie, Alexander: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAlexander Tweedie Doctor of Medicine, Physician to the London Fever Hospital, Author of a work on Fever and one of the Editors of and Contributors to the Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine, residing in Montagu Place Bedford Square, being desirous, from his attachment to Science, of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society of London, we the undersigned, from personal knowledge, believe him to be worthy of that honour
ProposersWm Lawrence; J Bostock; W D Conybeare; J C Prichard MD; Wm Buckland; Richard Bright MD; William Clift; Chas J B Williams; Benj Travers; J Forbes Royle; Charles Parr Burney; Herbert Mayo
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Tweedie, Alexander: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1367Tweedie; Alexander (1794 - 1884)1794 - 1884
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