Reference numberEC/1868/17
TitlePettigrew, James Bell: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDistinguished for his acquaintance with the sciences of Anatomy and Physiology.
Author of 1. "On the Arrangement of the Muscular Fibres in the Ventricles of the Vertebrate Heart, with Physiological Remarks" being the Croonian Lecture for 1860 (Philosophical Transactions 1864) - 2 "On the Muscular Arrangements of the Bladder and Prostate, and the Manner in which the Ureters and Urethra are closed" (Philosophical Transactions 1867) - 3. On the Relations, Structure and Function of the Valves of the Vascular System in Vertebrata (Trans Roy Soc Edinburgh 1864) - 4. On the Ganglia and Nerves of the Heart, and their connection with the Cerebro-Spinal and Sympathetic Systems in Mammalia (Proc Roy Soc Edinburgh 1865), and other memoirs.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. E W Brayley; Henry Holland.
From Personal Knowledge. Wm Lawrence; Allen Thomson; Richard Owen; Geo Busk; G M Humphry; W H Flower; James Paget; W S Savory; John Edward Gray; George Rolleston; John Hilton; A Tweedie; Richard Partridge; William B Carpenter; J Lockhart Clarke; T Spencer Cobbold; Albert Gunther; Lional S Beale; Henry Holland; J Hodgson; W K Parker; Caesar H Hawkins; F W Pavy; Geo Burrows; Francis Sibson; Ch Darwin
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Pettigrew, James Bell: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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