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Reference numberEC/1860/08
Previous numbersCert IX, 442; A06395
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TitleBrown-Sequard, Charles Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationEdward Brown-Sequard. The Discover of many facts in the physiology of the Nervous System, the Blood, Muscles, &c. The author of several papers on the physiology of the nervous system, communicated to the Royal Society: - of 'Physiological Researches;' of a 'Treatise on Epilepsy,' &c &c. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the sciences of Physiology. Eminent as a Physiologist.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: Richard Owen; T Graham Balfour; John Lubbock; A B Granville; E W Brayley; Chas Brooke; P M Roget; J R Martin
From Personal Knowledge: James Paget; Geo Burrows; Jos D Hooker; Geo Busk; Willm Baly; William B Carpenter; John Tyndall; J M Arnott; T Wharton Jones; Fras Sibson; Richard Partridge
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Brown-Sequard, Charles Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5549Brown-Sequard; Charles Edward (1817 - 1894)1817 - 1894
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