Reference numberEC/1868/07
TitleBastian, Henry Charlton: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationLecturer on Pathological Anatomy, and Assistant Physician to St Mary's Hospital.
Author of a Memoir "On the Anatomy and Physiology of the Nematoids, with observations on their Zoological Position &c" (Phil Trans 1866); of a "Monograph on the Anguillulidae or Free Nematoids, with Descriptions of 100 new Species." (Trans of Linn Soc Vol xxv); of a memoir "On the Structure and Nature of the Dracunculus, or Guinea-worm." (Trans of Linn Soc Vol XXIV); and one "On the Specific Gravity of different parts of the Human Brain' (Journ of Ment Sc Jany 1866 & translated in Archiv der Heilkunde June 1866). Attached to Science, and anxious to promote its progress.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. James Glaisher; J S Bowerbank; John Lubbock; E W Brayley; Fredk Jno Evans; Ch Darwin; George Gulliver.
From Personal Knowledge. Geo Busk; John Marshall; J Lockhart Clarke; James Alderson; Francis Sibson; C Handfield Jones; William B Carpenter; J R Martin; T Spencer Cobbold; W Baird; F W Pavy; A Matthiessen; Lionel S Beale; W H Flower
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Bastian, Henry Charlton: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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