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Reference numberEC/1866/02
Previous numbersCert X, 86
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TitleBucknill, Sir John Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationJohn Charles Bucknill MD Lond. Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London. Fellow of University College. Hony Member of the Psychological Society of Paris. Chancery Visitor of Lunatics. Author of the Diagnosis, Pathology, and Treatment of Insanity in the Manual of Psychological Medicine - the Responsibility of the Insane in relation to Criminal acts (Sugden Prize Essay)- The Psychology of Shakespeare - the Medical Knowledge of Shakespeare - and Contributor of Papers in the British & Foreign Medico Chirurgical Review & other Periodicals.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. J R Martin; Geo Burrows.
From Personal Knowledge. Wm Lawrence; Thos Watson; James Copland; A Tweedie; Edwin Lankester; James Paget; Samuel Warren; E A Parkes; Geo Busk; R Quain; William B Carpenter; T B Curling; A B Garrod; Caesar H Hawkins; James Alderson; Joseph Toynbee; John Webster; Fras Sibson
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Bucknill, Sir John Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6273Bucknill; Sir; John Charles (1817 - 1897)1817 - 1897
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