Reference numberEC/1863/10
TitlePavy, Frederick William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Author of Researches on Sugar formation in the Liver (Phil Trans) - Lesions of the Nervous System producing diabetes. Contributions to the physiology of the Liver - the influence of an Acid in producing Saccharine urine - The influence of alkalies (Proceedings of the Roy Socy &c &c). Of a Paper on "The immunity enjoyed by the Stomach from being digested by its own Secretion during Life" read before the Royal Society Jan 8 1863; and of a work entitled "Researches on the Nature & Treatment of Diabetes." Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Physiology. Eminent as an Experimental Physiology.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Richard [?]; J R Martin.
From Personal Knowledge. George Owen Rees; John Hilton; B G Babington; Henry Bence Jones; William B Carpenter; P M Roget; Thomas Bell; John Barlow; Geo Burrows; A Tweedie; Alfred S Taylor MD; Geo Busk; W Bowman; T H Huxley; Thos Watson; James Paget; F Kiernan;
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Pavy, Frederick William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6055Pavy; Frederick William (1829 - 1911)1829 - 1911
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