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Reference numberEC/1881/14
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TitleMacalister, Alexander: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Anatomy and Chirugery in the School of Physic in Ireland, and Professor of Comparative Anatomy in the University of Dublin, Secretary to the Royal Irish Academy.
Author of
(1) Two books on the morphology of the Invertebrate and Vertebrate Animals
(2) Two Papers on the Cheiroptera published in the Phil Trans
(3) Human Muscular Varieties published in Transactions RIA and various other Papers.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: Richard Owen; Albert Gunther; J Burdon Sanderson; John Simon; H N Moseley; W K Parker; Geo J Romanes
From Personal Knowledge: Allen Thomson; W H Flower; Saml Haughton; W Bowman; William B Carpenter; G M Humphry; M Foster; George Rolleston; John Cleland; Wm Turner; Geo Salmon; H Lloyd; E Klein
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Macalister, Alexander: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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CodeNameDates
NA2873Macalister; Alexander (1844 - 1919)1844 - 1919
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