Reference numberEC/1737/02
TitleBurrow, Sir James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationJames Burrow of the Inner Temple Esqr
A Gentleman well versed in Natural and Mathematical knowledge, is desirous to become a Fellow of this Honourable Society; and is recommended by us as a person every way qualified to be a usefull member thereof.
ProposersFrancis Wollaston; D Hartley; Robt Smith; James West; E Legge
Access statusOpen

Burrow, Sir James: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA3290Burrow; Sir; James (1701 - 1782)1701 - 1782
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