Reference numberEC/1739/15
TitleLeclerc, Georges Louis, Count of Buffon: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationMonsieur de Buffon of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris & Intendant of the Royal Garden of Plants there, A Gentleman very eminent for his Learning in Mathematicks and all Parts of Philosophy; being desirous of becoming a Member of this honourable Society; is proposed as a Candidate every way qualified by us,
ProposersJames Burrow; Martin Folkes; Andr Mitchell; Hans Sloane
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Leclerc, Georges Louis, Count of Buffon: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7989Leclerc; Georges Louis (1707 - 1788); Count of Buffon1707 - 1788
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