Reference numberEC/1850/12
TitleGraves, Robert James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Discoverer of some important points connected with the formation of acid in the human stomach, both in health & disease - and also on some bearing on the functions of the lymphatic & nervous systems. The Author of a work on Clinical Medicine & many essays & detached papers. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Medicine. Eminent as a Physiologist and a Physician.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Richard Bright MD; Richard Owen; J O McWilliam; Erasmus Wilson; Golding Bird; A Tweedie.
From Personal Knowledge. Humphrey Lloyd, PRIA; Thomas Andrews MD , FRS; Robert Kane; W F Chambers; R B Todd; W Sharpey; John T Graves; Thos Colby; Geo Burrows
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Graves, Robert James: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2656Graves; Robert James (? 1797 - 1853)? 1797 - 1853
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