Reference numberEC/1742/10
Previous numbersCert I, 205; A03564
TitleHorne, James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
Date20 May 1742
CitationMr James Horn of St James's Street Westminster
A Gentleman particularly well Skill'd in Architecture, & Several other Branches of the Mathematicks; is desirous of the honour of being admitted into this Society, and we accordingly recommend him, believeing he will prove a very usefull Member.
ProposersZ Pearce; Jos Ayloffe; Westby Gill; Wm Sloane; Richd Graham
Access statusOpen

Horne, James: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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