Reference numberEC/1849/13
TitleSibson, Francis: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Author of Papers in the "Philosophical Transactions" on "The Mechanism of Respiration" & "On the Blow-hole of the Porpoise - in the Provincial Medical Transactions "On the situation of the internal organs" and in the "Medico-Chirurgical Transactions" "on the Movements of Respiration in disease, and on the use of the Chest-measurer" - an instrument for estimating the variation of the area of the chest. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Physiology.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Luke Howard; Chas Ansell; John G Shaw Lefevre; G Mackmurdo.
From Personal Knowledge. B C Brodie; George Newport; Erasmus Wilson; C J B Williams; Richard Bright MD; John Forbes; W Sharpey; A Billing; John Bishop; Francis Kiernan; Alfred S Taylor; Joseph Toynbee; Chas Brooke; Willm Baly; John Edw Gray; G O Rees; George Gulliver
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Sibson, Francis: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6240Sibson; Francis (1814 - 1876)1814 - 1876
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