Reference numberEC/1851/18
TitleBlair, Daniel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionCertificate relates to unsuccessful candidature
CitationThe Author of a Monograph, entitled "Some Accounts of the last yellow Fever Epidemic of British Guiana". Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science Medicine in most of it's branches. Eminent as attached to science & anxious to promote it's progress
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. James Clark; George Gulliver; Wm Laurence; J O McWilliam; Robert Harry Inglis.
From Personal Knowledge. John Davy; Tho Graham; Richard Owen
Access statusOpen

Blair, Daniel: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA3842Blair; Daniel (fl 1851)fl 1851
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