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Reference numberEC/1839/25
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TitleFarre, Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationArthur Farre, MB, of Caius College Cambridge - residing at Charter-House Square London a Gentleman well acquainted with various branches of Science more particularly Animal Physiology and author of a paper published in the Philosophical Transactions in the year 1837, entitled, 'Observations on the minute Structure of some of the higher forms of Polypi &c - being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society We whose names are under written do of our personal knowledge recommend him as highly worthy of that honor and as likely to prove a valuable and useful member
ProposersAstley Cooper; Wm Lawrence; William Clift; Richd Owen; Edward Stanley; Thomas Bell; J Bostock; John Edw Gray; Dawson Turner; Francis Palgrave; Benj Travers
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Farre, Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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CodeNameDates
NA2883Farre; Arthur (1811 - 1887)1811 - 1887
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