Reference numberEC/1854/15
TitleWilliamson, William Crawford: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Author of a paper entitled Investigations into the Structure & development of the scales & bones of fishes published in the Philosophical Transactions for 1851, also on the microscopic structure of the scales & dermal teeth of some ganoid & placoid fish published in Philosophical Transactions 1849; & other papers in the microscopical Transactions, Manchester & Philosophical Transactions & Microscopical Journal. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Vegetable & Animal Physiology & Anatomy. Eminent as a Naturalist & Physiologist.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. H T De la Beche; J Gwyn Jeffreys
From Personal Knowledge. P M Grey Egerton; Rod I Murchison; Geo Busk; Edward Forbes; J Beete Jukes; William B Carpenter; Edwin Lankester; W Bowman
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Williamson, William Crawford: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA3795Williamson; William Crawford (1816 - 1895)1816 - 1895
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