Reference numberEC/1742/11
Previous numbersCert I, 206; A00693
TitleBliss, Nathaniel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
Date20 May 1742
CitationThe Revd Nathaniel Bliss MA and Savilian Professor of Geometry in The University of Oxford
Being desirous of being proposed a Candidate for Election into this Society, we Accordingly propose and recommend him as a Gentleman every way deserving that honour
ProposersJames Bradley; Martin Folkes; Macclesfield; Wm Jones; Cha Cavendish; John Machin
Access statusOpen

Bliss, Nathaniel: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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