Authorised form of nameMonro; Donald (1728 - 1802)
Dates1728 - 1802
Date of birth15 January 1728
Place of deathArgyll Street, London
Date of death09 June 1802
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election24/04/1766
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
DNB says that he was born in 1727.
Royal Society codeNA5255
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1766/01Monro, Donald: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/5/263Paper, 'Of natron from Tripoli' by Donald Monro1771
L&P/5/85Letter, 'Of the medicinal virtue of the bark of the wild cabbage tree of Jamaica' from Donald Monro to Matthew Maty24 January 1769
L&P/5/271Paper, 'An account of the sulphureous mineral water of Castle Leod & Fairbairn, Ross-shire and Pikeathly' by Donald Monro1772
L&P/5/18Letter, 'On the good effects of quasi root in some fevers' from Donald Monro and James Farley to Matthew Maty1768
L&P/5/2Paper, 'Of some neutral salts made with vegetable acids and that the salt of amber is a particular salt' by Donald Monro1768
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