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Reference numberEC/1850/07
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TitleBusk, George: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Author of numerous papers on subjects connected with Natural History chiefly founded on Microscopical Observations - among which the following may be specified (1) "On the young of a species of Ixodes from Brazil" (Trans Micr Soc I p 88) (2) "Observations on the Structure and Nature of the Filaria Medinensis or Guinea Worm" (Ib II p 65) (3) "On the anatomy of the Tricocephalus dispar" (Microsc Journal 1841) (4) Observations on the Structure & Natural History of the Echinococcus" (Trans Microsc Soc II p 10) (5) "On the Notamia Bursaria, or Shepherd's Purse Coralline" - (6) 'On the Anguinaria spatulata,or Snakeheaded Coralline of Ellis" Trans Microsc Soc 1849 - Distinguished for his acquaintance with the sciences of Natural History - Anatomy & Physiology.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. William Addison; A Tweedie; W Brockedon; T Wharton Jones.
From Personal Knowledge. Edward Stanley, President of the Royal College of Surgeons; Erasmus Wilson; R G Latham; R B Todd; George Newport; W Bowman; J O McWilliam; R D Grainger; James Moncrieff Arnott; G Budd; Wiliam B Carpenter; J S Bowerbank; G Mackmurdo; John Edward Gray; H Bence Jones; D T Ansted; Edward Forbes; J Glaisher; Andw C Ramsay; J A Moore; John P Gassiot; John Webster; W Spence; Chas Woodward; G Burrows; W Brockedon; W Sharpey; Golding Bird
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Busk, George: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8156Busk; George (1807 - 1886)1807 - 1886
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