Reference numberEC/1847/14
Previous numbersCert IX, 201; A01061
TitleBurrows, Sir George: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationGeorge Burrows
The Author of a Treatise "on the Disorders of the Cerebral Circulation & on the connexion between diseases of the Heart & Brain." - Also of the Gulstonian & Croonian Lectures & of contributions to the R: Medico-Chirurgl Transactions. Distinguished for hia acquaintance with the science of Medicine & Mathematics. Eminent as a Physician
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. J A Paris MD President of the College of Physicians; Wm Lawrence; President of the Royal College of Surgeons; Benj Travers Vice President, R College of Surgeons; Richard Owen; W F Chambers; Richard Bright; Edward Stanley Vice President of the Royal College of Surgeons; Golding Bird; Philip Hardwick; John Hilton; R B Todd; Chas Brooke; Wm Thos Brande; Saml Cooper; G Mackmurdo
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Burrows, Sir George: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7652Burrows; Sir; George (1801 - 1887)1801 - 1887
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