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Reference numberEC/1878/12
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TitleJackson, John Hughlings: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of Researches on the Physiology of Language ("On Loss of Speech, &c" (London Hospital Reports 1864 & many Papers since in Medical Journals.)
Researches on Morbid Affections of the Optic nerves in relation to disease of the brain,. (Roy Lond Ophth Hosp Report 1863 & Seq)
Localization of movements in the brain & clinical investigations of Epilepsy (St Andrews Med Grad Trans 1870, Med Times & Gazette 1872-3, Lancet, 1873)
Articles "Apoplexy"& "Convulsions" (Reynolds' System of Medicine)
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Geo Busk; Erasmus Wilson; John Beddoe; Allen Thomson.
From Personal Knowledge. Thomas Watson; C E Brown-Sequard; W Bowman; J Lockhart Clarke; Lionel S Beale; George Johnson; William Jenner; Francis Sibson; T Spencer Cobbold; James Paget; Geo Burrows; T B Curling; Rich Quain, MD; Caesar H Hawkins; T Lauder Brunton; John Wood; H Charlton Bastian; David Ferrier; W Sharpey; G W Callender
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Jackson, John Hughlings: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA3152Jackson; John Hughlings (1835 - 1911)1835 - 1911
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