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Reference numberEC/1850/08
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TitleCurling, Thomas Blizard: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Discoverer of A new species of Human Entozoa. - The structure and office of the Gubernaculum. The Author of A Treatise on Tetanus - A Treatise on the Diseases of the Testis - (Jacksonian Prize) - The Advantages of Ether and Chloroform in Operative Surgery. An Address delivered to the Hunterian Society. Seven Papers contributed to the Transactions of the Roy Med & Chir Society. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Physiology. Eminent as a Surgeon.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. R Porrett
From Personal Knowledge. Edward Stanley; Richard Partridge; Jonathan Pereira MD; William Tite; A Tweedie; Erasmus Wilson; W Bowman; William B Carpenter; Erasmus Wilson; Js Walker; J S Bowerbank; Geo Burrows; J O McWilliam; John Webster; John Forbes; G Owen Rees; Golding Bird; William Cotton; James Copland; Chas Brooke; G Mackmurdo; T Wharton Jones;
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Curling, Thomas Blizard: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6976Curling; Thomas Blizard (1811 - 1888)1811 - 1888
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