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Reference numberEC/1743/08
Previous numbersCert I, 241; A00731
LevelItem
TitleBonnet, Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationM Charles Bonnet of Geneva Correspondent of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris.
A Gentleman well versed in all Branches of Natural knowledge, Author of those Curious Papers concerning Insects lately read at Several meetings of this Society; is recommended accordingly by Mr Jallabert a fellow of the Royal Society at Geneva in a Letter to Sir Hans Sloane, and is by us proposed as a candidate, believing he will be a very usefull correspondent & highly deserving the Honour he desires
ProposersHans Sloane; Cromll Mortimer; Peter Collinson; Martin Folkes
Access statusOpen
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Bonnet, Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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CodeNameDates
NA6463Bonnet; Charles (1720 - 1793)1720 - 1793
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