Reference numberEC/1742/12
Previous numbersCert I, 207; A04371
TitleLisle, Samuel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
Date17 June 1742
CitationThe Reverend Samuel Lisle DD Warden of Wadham College in Oxford, and Prolocutor of the Lower house of Convocation, desiring to offer himself a Candidate for Election into this Honourable Society, we accordingly propose & recommend him as a Gentleman of Eminent Learning, great and extensive knowledge, and every way qualified to be a usefull member and an honour to the Society.
ProposersRichd Mead; M Folkes; John Ward; Ja Theobald
Access statusOpen

Lisle, Samuel: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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