Reference numberEC/1862/13
TitleTeale, Thomas Pridgen: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Author of Papers on "The superficial deposits of the Valley of the Aire at Leeds. Report of the British Association, 1858. "Alcyonella Stagnorum"; on the "Anatomy of Actiniae Coriaciae" in Trans of Leeds Phil Lit Socy. A Treatise on Neuralgic Diseases dependent upon irritation of the Spinal Marrow & Ganglia of the Sympathetic Nerves. - A Practical Treatise on Abdominal Hernia. - on plastic operations - on Amputations by long & short rectangular Flaps. - An article on "Intestinal Fistula" in "Cyclop of Practical Surgery" &c &c. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the sciences of Anatomy, Physiology & Surgery & Geology. Eminent as a Surgeon and Pathologist.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. Wm Lawrence; Joseph Henry Green; James Luke; Joseph Hodgson; Rob Walker; John Phillips; W Bowman; Caesar H Hawkins; Richard Partridge; Francis Kiernan; Arthur Farre; Henry W Acland; Robert E Grant; Richard Owen; T B Curling; J M Arnott; A Tweedie; George Gulliver; J R Martin
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Teale, Thomas Pridgen: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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