Reference numberEC/1839/06
TitleWilliams, Sir John Wesley: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationJohn Wesley Williams Esqr of Portsmouth Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of London, late President of the Portsmouth & Portsea Literary & Philosophical Society a Gentleman who has cultivated with success various branches of Anatomical & Physiological Science especially in connexion with the subject of Asphyxia [underlined] which has led to his receiving the medallion of the Royal Humane Society for recovering several Lives: and who is likewise the author of a valuable improvement in the mode of operating for the Cataract,- Being desirous of the honor of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society, we the undersigned do hereby certify from personal Knowledge that he is highly worthy of that honor and likely to become a useful & valuable Member
ProposersGeo Tho Staunton; John Barrow; Basil Hall;W M Leake; J F Davis; J C Carpue
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Williams, Sir John Wesley: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2845Williams; Sir; John Wesley (1788 - 1841)1788 - 1841
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