Reference numberEC/1743/10
Previous numbersCert I, 243; A00109
TitleAmes, Joseph: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationMr Joseph Ames of London,
Author of a curious history now in the Press, of the begining and progress of the Art of printing in England, being desirous to Offer himself as a candidate for Election into this Royal Society; we who are personally acquainted with him, do hereby propose & recommend him, as a Gentleman of knowledg and extensive curiosity, an assiduous promoter of whatever may tend to the improvement of the Natural History and Antiquities of his Country or of Learning in general; and well qualified to be a usefull member of this Body
ProposersJohn Ward; Martin Folkes; Cromll Mortimer; Tho Birch; James West
Access statusOpen

Ames, Joseph: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1504Ames; Joseph (1689 - 1759)1689 - 1759
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