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Reference numberEC/1860/18
Previous numbersCert IX, 452; A05866
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TitleQuekett, John Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationJohn Thomas Quekett Esqr. The Discoverer of A means of determining the differences between the Bones of Reptiles, Fishes, Birds, and Mammalia, by their Microscopic characters. The author of a 'Practical Treatise on the Use of the Microscope,' Lectures on Histology. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the sciences of Histology, Comparative Anatomy, and Zoology. Eminent as a Histologist.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: A B Granville; Wm J Hamilton; Robert Patterson; James Clark; J R Martin
From Personal Knowledge: Joseph Henry Green; James Moncrieff Arnott; Edward Stanley; Phi Grey Egerton; Caesar H Hawkins; Joseph Toynbee; P M Roget; J S Bowerbank; Francis Kiernan; James Luke; J L Clarke; E W Brayley; T Wharton Jones; Joseph Hodgson; George Gulliver; James Paget; John Hilton; R E Grant; Chas Brooke; John Bishop; A Tweedie; William B Carpenter; T B Curling; Geo Busk; Francis Sibson; John Lubbock; John Tomes; J P Gassiot; John Gould; John Lindley
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Quekett, John Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5821Quekett; John Thomas (1815 - 1861)1815 - 1861
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