Reference numberEC/1742/06
Previous numbersCert I, 201; A05228
TitleNicholas, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
Date1 April 1742
CitationWilliam Nicholas Esqr of St Thomas Apostles London,
Desiring to offer himself a Candidate for Election into this Honble Society. We Accordingly propose and recommend him as a Gentn of Merit and Learning, well versed in Astronomy and other parts of Philosophical knowledge; and a constant promoter of those Studies to which the Gentn of the Society more particularly apply themselves
ProposersJohn Evelyn; M Folkes; Pet Sainthill; John Ward; Cromll Mortimer; John Machin; Tho Birch; James West
Access statusOpen

Nicholas, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1283Nicholas; William (- 1750) - 1750
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