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Reference numberEC/1870/04
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TitleJago, James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Author of 1stly various Writing on the Physiology of Vision, including especially the following; viz "Points in the Physiology and Diseases of the Eye"' [containing a method of Entoptical Investigation], London Medical Gazette 1845; Ocular Spectres and Structures as Mutual Exponents"two papers (in abstract) Proceedings of the Royal Society 1855, 1857; Entoptics Brit & For Medico-Chirurgical Review, 1859; and most especially, "'Entopics with its uses in Physiology and Medicine," London, 1864.
2ndly Papers on Physiological Acoustics, and especially "On the Functions of the Tympanum" (in abstract) in Proc RS 1858; "The Opening of the Eustachian Tube united to the Act of Deglution now first rightly explained," Report of the Royal Institution of Cornwall for 1853; Functions of the Tympanum Brit & For Med-Chir Review, 1857.
3rdly A Paper on Physiological Mechanics chiefly, - "Obscure Trunk Pains, or Chronic Pains in the Abdominal and Thoracic Walls," B & F Med Chir Rev 1861.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. G M Humphry; George Rolleston; Henry W Acland; Robert Main; Henry J S Smith; Robert McDonnell; Saml Haughton
From Personal Knoweldge. Sir Charles Lemon; William Stokes; Geo J Allman; H Charlton Bastian; Robert Hunt
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Jago, James: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6359Jago; James (1815 - 1893)1815 - 1893
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