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Reference numberEC/1848/06
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TitleFergusson, Sir William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationWilliam Fergusson. The Discoverer of an improved operation for cleft palate, based upon original view of the anatomy & phystology of that part of body. The Author of a System of Practical Surgery & of Valuable contributions to Surgery in the Roy Med & Chem Transactions & in other publications. The Inventor or Improver of various Surgical Instruments & operations. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Anatomy and Surgery. Eminent as a Surgeon.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. B C Brodie; Richard Partridge; Saml Cooper; W Burnett; G A Mantell; J Forbes Royle; Wm Bowman; Rd Twining; J R Martin; John Webster; Richard Owen; William B Carpenter; George Budd; Edward Stanley; Richard Bright, MD; R B Todd; Chas Brooke; Robert Harry Inglis; A Tweedie
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Fergusson, Sir William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7661Fergusson; Sir; William (1808 - 1877)1808 - 1877
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