Reference numberEC/1753/13
Previous numbersCert II, 69; A01687
TitleCrusius, Lewis: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationLewis Crusius MA Canon of Worcester and Head Master of the Charterhouse School, a gentleman, who from the proficiency he has made in those Studys , which are the objects of this Society, as well as in other branches of Polite Literature, well deserves a place in this Body; & being desirous of that honor, is on our personal knowledge recommended by us
ProposersWilloughby; D Wray; P Newcome; James Burrow; Tho Birch; Frans Wollaston; C Yorke; S Squire; J West
Access statusOpen

Crusius, Lewis: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7612Crusius; Lewis (1701 - 1775)1701 - 1775
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