Reference numberEC/1861/04
Previous numbersCert X, 3
TitleMorgan, Campbell Greig De: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationCampbell DeMorgan Esqr. Joint author of a paper on the structure and development of bone, printed [...] the Philosophical Transactions 1853 and on the Structure & Functions of the Hairs of the Crustacea. Phil Trans 1858. And of a paper on the Section of Tendons, published in the Medico Chirurgical Transactions. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Physiology and Surgery. Eminent as a Physiologist & Surgeon.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. E W Brayley
From Personal Knowledge. W Bowman; James Paget; John Tomes; Joseph Hodgson; William Cureton; James Copland; Chas Brooke; James Moncrieff Arnott; Richard Partridge; Thomas Mayo; Edward Stanley; Geo Burrows; R Quain; T H Huxley; John Forbes; Geo Busk; J O McWilliam; Thomas Bell; J R Martin; T B Curling; John Simon
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Morgan, Campbell Greig De: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5895Morgan; Campbell Greig De (1811 - 1876)1811 - 1876
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