Reference numberEC/1865/08
TitleHarley, George: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Medl Jurisprudence in Univ Coll London. Correspondg Memb of Acad Sciences, Munich. Correspondg Memb of Phys Med Gesellschft, Wurzburg. Author of a work on the Pathology of Jaundice. Author of Papers 1: On a new method of producing Diabetes in Animals. Compt Rend de la Soc de Biologie, 1853. 2. On Urohaematin and its combinations with animal Resin. Verhand Physiculish= Medicinischen Gesellschaft zu Wurzburg, 1854. 3. Researches on the Blood and Urine of pregnancy (Joint Author), Scanzonis Beitrage, vol I, 1854. 4. On the Condition of the Oxygen absorbed into the Blood during Respiration. Proc Roy Society. April 1856. 5. On the Anatomy of a new species of Pentastoma. Proc Zool Soc June 1859. 6. On the Chemistry of Digestion. Med Chir Rev, Jany 1860. 7. On the Anatomy and Physiology of the Supra=renal Capsules. Triennial Prize Essay of the Roy Coll Surgeons, 1862. - and other papers on scientific subjects in British & Foreign Journals.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. W Bowman; J R Martin; George Gulliver.
From Personal Knowledge. Robert E Grant; Lionel S Beale; Wm S Savory; James Salter; James Paget; Alexr W Williamson; A Tweedie; John Marshall; Francis Sibson; W Marcet; A W Hofmann; E Frankland; A B Garrod; Caesar H Hawkins; J Tyndall; Arthur Farre
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Harley, George: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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