Reference numberEC/1879/15
Previous numbersCert X, 348
TitleChaumont, Francis Stephen Bennet Francois de: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of the following papers: Report of Experimental Inquiries into the Ventilation of the Permanent Barracks at Aldershot; of the Hospital, Barracks & Stables at Hilsea; of the Herbert Hospital at Woolwich and of the new Barracks at Chelsea; Comparative table of the Ventilation of Corridor & Pavilion buildings (Army Medical Reports); On the amount of fresh air required to reduce to the normal standard the Carbonic Acid of Respiration (Lancet); On Ventilation and Cubic Space (Edinburgh Medical Journal); - On the Effects of Chloroform on the Blood; On the sympathetic nervous system; - Notes on the wounded in the Crimean & Indian Mutiny Campaigns, (Edin Med Journal); - On the value of Taste as a measure of quantity in the mineral constitutents of Drinking water; - On the Volumetric Determination of Uric Acid (Army Medical Reports); - On the origin and migrations of the different families of the Human Race as illustrated by their languages (pamphlet); - Catalogue of 1821 Roman Coins found at Netley in 1867 (Archaeological Society's Journal), and of other papers.
Distinguished for his acquaintance with the sciences of Chemistry, Physics, Numismatics, and Linguistics.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. W Sharpey; W Farr.
From Personal Knowledge. A Armstrong; T Graham Balfour; John Denis Macdonald; Allen Thomson; William Aitken; E A Parkes; Charles Darwin; J R Martin; C Murchison; T Spencer Cobbold; George Harley; Thomas Thomson; T Lauder Brunton; A Leith Adams; J Fayrer.
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Chaumont, Francis Stephen Bennet Francois de: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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