Reference numberEC/1742/13
Previous numbersCert I, 208; A04202
TitleLawry, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
Date17 June 1742
CitationJohn Lawry MA Prebendary of Rochester (now residing in Devonshire Street in the Parish of St George the Martyr)
A Gentleman well versed in all Branches of polite Literature, is desirous of becoming a Member of this Society, and is recommended as a person likely to become a useful Member of the Same, by Us
ProposersJohn Hamilton; Ja Hawley; Tho Birch; Daniel Wray; Westby Gill; Rich Lucas; Wm Dixon; Ja Gambier; Lewis Way; Wm Sloane; Robt Paul
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Lawry, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1197Lawry; John (c 1716 - 1773)c 1716 - 1773
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