Authorised form of nameSpry; Edward (fl 1769 - 1773)
Datesfl 1769 - 1773
Dates and placesBirth Place:
Cornwall, England
Mr Bedford's school, Plymouth; Exeter College, Oxford (matriculated 1773); Sidney College, Cambridge (admitted 1773). MD
Royal Society activityMembership:
Venn; Foster
Foster says matriculated aged 45
Royal Society codeNA2479
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/3/100Letter, 'Of the case of a man who died after swallowing molten lead at the Eddystone fire' from Edward Spry to George Parker19 December 1755
L&P/3/101Letter, 'Of the case of a man who died after swallowing molten lead at the Eddystone fire' from Edward Spry to George Parker30 January 1756
L&P/4/253Letter, 'Of an improved barometer' from Edward Spry to James Douglas28 February 1765
L&P/3/387Paper, 'A surgical case' by Edward Spry1759
L&P/4/208Letter, 'Of the solar elipse of April 1' from Edward Spry to James Douglas12 April 1764
L&P/5/59Letter, 'Weather at Totnes' from Edward Spry to Charles Morton11 October 1768
L&P/4/367Letter, 'Locked jaw and paralysis cured by electricity' from Edward Spry to Charles Morton20 October 1766
L&P/6/40Paper, 'The treatment of amputations (use of an antiseptic tincture)' by Edward Spry1774
EC/1768/20Spry, Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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