Reference numberMC/4/98
TitleLetter from Thomas Wharton Jones, 35 George Street, Hanover Square, to the Royal Society
Date24 November 1845
DescriptionRegarding the election of Thomas Snow Beck's paper 'On the Nerves of the Uterus' for the Royal Medal by the Physiology Committee. Wharton Jones criticises this choice as, in his opinion, it does not add any new discoveries and reports to the Royal Society.

[Read at Council on 1 December 1845.]

[The letter is contained on two papers, the second of which is labelled within the volume as MC/4/98a.]
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueCMP/1/200
Fellows associated with this archive
NA3182Jones; Thomas Wharton (1808 - 1891)1808 - 1891
NA7647Beck; Thomas Snow (1814 - 1877)1814 - 1877
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