Reference numberCLP/24/71
TitleNotes, On admissions to the Royal Society by Henry Oldenburg, Secretary of the Royal Society
Date17th century
DescriptionProvides details of the names of men who subscribed to be admitted to the Society, whether or not they were successful and the dates on which they were admitted. Names include, Dr. [Theodore] de Vaux [not admitted], Mr. John Vaughan, Sir John Pallhouse, Mr. Richard White, Dr. Rockley, W. Mongamora, Dr. Dillis, Sir George Lane, Dr. [Henry] Power, Sir Henry de Wyke, W. Wind, Dr. Codworth, Dr. Henry More [admitted].

Subject: Administration
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8001Oldenburg; Henry (c1619 - 1677); scientific correspondentc1619 - 1677
NA405White; Richard (fl 1661)fl 1661
NA5712Lane; Sir; George (1620 - 1683); Viscount Lanesborough; political administrator and politician1620 - 1683
NA6761Power; Henry (c1623 - 1668); natural philosopher and physicianc1623 - 1668
NA5688More; Henry (1614 - 1687); philosopher, poet, and theologian1614 - 1687
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