Reference numberEC/1847/09
Previous numbersCert IX, 196; A00334
TitleBaly, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Translator and Annotator of Muller's Physiology, and Gulstonian Lecturer, for 1847, at the College of Physicians. The Author of a Memoir "On the Mortality in Prisons and the Diseases most frequently fatal to Prisoners." Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Medicine and Physiology. Eminent as a Physiologist and anxious to promote the progress of Science
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Benj Travers
From Personal Knowledge. John Ayrton Paris President of the College of Physicians; Wm Lawrence President of the College of Surgeons; G R Porter; Richard Owen; W Sharpey; Tho Graham; James Clark; George Newport; John Forbes; Rd Quain; Edward Stanley Vice President of the College of Surgeons; William B Carpenter; Golding Bird; Saml Cooper; Robert Lee
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Baly, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1025Baly; William (1814 - 1861)1814 - 1861
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