Reference numberEC/1736/14
Previous numbersCert I, 96; A57003
TitleShort, James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
Date24 March 1737
CitationMr James Short
of the College of Edinburgh Who has lately distinguisht himself by his Excellent Reflecting Telescopes, and other Curious Optical Instruments, is proposed as a Candidate for Election into this Honourable Society: and we hereby recommend him as a person well versed in Several parts of Mathematical and Philosophical knowledge, and qualified to become a usefull Member of the Same
ProposersMartin Folkes; John Hadley; Richd Graham; John Eames
Access statusOpen
Related materialB&W negative, Box N101. IM/004160
Related records in the catalogueIM/004160

Short, James: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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