Reference numberEC/1749/27
Previous numbersCert I, 379; A56336
TitleVergne, Louis Elizabeth de la, Count of Tressan: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Count de Tressan
Lieutenant General of the Armies of France
A Nobleman of great merit, a Zealous promoter & himself well versed in Mathematical & Philosophical enquiries, being desirous of being elected a Member of the Royal Society, is accordingly recommended by us, as likely to be a usefull member of our Body.
ProposersRichmond, Lenox & Aubigny; M Folkes; Philip Miller; W Watson; Gowin knight; John Ellicott
Access statusOpen

Vergne, Louis Elizabeth de la, Count of Tressan: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2177Vergne; Louis Elizabeth de la (1705 - 1783); Count of Tressan1705 - 1783
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