Reference numberEC/1881/10
TitleBristowe, John Syer: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDistinguished as a Physician & for his writings on Sanitary and Pathological Science - Author of a Treatise on the Theory & Practice of Medicine - of numerous papers in the Transactions of the Pathological & Clinical Societies - Report on Manufactures in which Phosphorus is employed & on the health of persons engaged in them (included in the 5th Report of the Med Officer of the Privy Council) Report on the Morbid Anatomy of the Cattle Plague (Cattle Plague Comm 3d Report) - On the Mechanism of Articulate Speech - On the Welsh Ll & certain other Surd or aspirate Consonants (St Thos' Hospital Reports) On Impairment or loss of power of Articulate Speech - An Attempt to explain the cause of the formation of the Spiral fibre in vegetable cells & vessels - On the Mutual Relation of Birth Rate & Death Rate, &c, &c. One who is attached to Science & anxious to promote its progress.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: W Farr
From Personal Knowledge: Jas Risdon Bennett; John Simon; George Burrows; Samuel Wilks; C Murchison; J Burdon Sanderson; A B Garrod; Wm S Savory; James Paget; William Jenner; T B Curling; S James A Salter; A Tweedie; J Fayrer; Thomas Watson MD; William A Guy; E Klein; T Graham Balfour
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen

Bristowe, John Syer: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6417Bristowe; John Syer (1827 - 1895)1827 - 1895
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