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Reference numberEC/1844/08
LevelItem
TitleQuain, Richard: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionCertificate relates to successful second candidature
CitationThe Author of a work entitled "The Anatomy of the Arteries with its application to Pathology and Operative Surgery" &c. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Anatomy
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. C Daubeny; J Kidd; G Budd; Henry Ellis; John Taylor
From Personal Knowledge. J Bostock; Wm Lawrence; B C Brodie; Wm Clark; John Lindley; Rob Liston; Edward Stanley; Joseph Henry Green; Richard Partridge; A Tweedie; R B Todd; J Forbes Royle; Francis Kiernan; Tho Graham; John Forbes; Saml Solly; W Burnett; W Sharpey; N Arnott; C J B Williams; John Edw Gray; Leonard Horner; Ja Clark
Access statusOpen
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Quain, Richard: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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CodeNameDates
NA7640Quain; Richard (1800 - 1887)1800 - 1887
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