Reference numberEC/1749/25
TitleEllis, Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationMr Henry Ellis Author of the Account of the late Voyage to Hudsons Bay for the discovery of a North West Passage to India, and now commander of a ship in the African Trade, desiring to offer himself a candidate for election into this Royal Society: We do hereby propose him, and upon our own personal knowledge recommend him, as a Gentleman of merit, of great curiosity, and an uncommon zeal for the making of discoveries, and promoting Natural History, Geography, and Navigation, and who will therefore we doubt not be a usefull and valuable Member of the Society.
ProposersC Stanhope; M Folkes; H Baker; W Watson
Access statusOpen

Ellis, Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2382Ellis; Henry (1721 - 1806)1721 - 1806
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