Reference numberEC/1742/15
Previous numbersCert I, 210; A00453
TitleBayes, Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
Date4 November 1742
CitationThe Revd Mr Thomas Bays of Tunbridge Wells.
Desiring the honour of being Elected into this Society; We propose and recommend him as a Gentleman of known Merit, well Skilled in Geometry and all parts of Mathematical and Philosophical Learning and every way qualified to be a valuable Member of the Same
ProposersStanhope; Martin Folkes; James Burrow; Cromll Mortimer; John Eames
Access statusOpen
Related materialB&W negative, Box N101
Related records in the catalogueIM/000298

Bayes, Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8121Bayes; Thomas (1701 - 1761)1701 - 1761
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