Reference numberEC/1843/19
Previous numbersCert IX, 112
TitleHoskins, Samuel Elliott: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionCertificate relates to successful second candidature
CitationSamuel Elliott Hoskins Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians of London. The Author of a paper ordered to be printed in the Philosophical Transactions entitled, "Researches on the decomposition and disintegration of Phosphatic & conical Calculi; and on the introduction of Chemical decomponents into the living Bladder." Author of a Synoptical view of the signs and symptoms of Thoracic diseases, as also Tables for the extemporaneous application of correction for Temperature to Baromatic observations &c. Attached to science and anxious to promote its progress
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. W H Smyth; Martin Barry; A Tweedie
From Personal Knowledge. B C Brodie; Robert Lee; Richard Bright; Wm Prout; Tho Graham; John Forbes; G Mackmurdo; Martin Tupper; C Wheatstone; William Brockedon; Bransby b Cooper; Richard Partridge; Wm Bowman; Francis Kiernan; Ja Clark
Access statusOpen
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Hoskins, Samuel Elliott: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7603Hoskins; Samuel Elliott (1799 - 1888)1799 - 1888
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