Reference numberEC/1759/15
Previous numbersCert II, 190; A06279
TitleSaluzzo, Guiseppe Angelo, Conte di Menusiglio: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionEach of the three testimonials from individuals is on a separate piece of paper, affixed to the main certificate. The three English signatures appear at the foot of the certificate
CitationThe Count de Saluce, of Turin,
A Nobleman of distinguish'd Merit, and of one of the chief Families in Savoy, desiring the Honour to be elected into the Royal Society of London, is recommended in the following Manner by the underwritten foreign members, viz.
Testor ego infrascriptus Nobilissimum Virum Josephum Comitem Salutiarum phijsices et matheseos studiis incubuisse, ita ut non vulgares progressus in hisce Scientus fecerit, et is evaserit qui, Si Regie Londinensi Societati adscribatur, observationes, et nova quoque in Scientiarum incrementum eidem communicare facile possit
Josephum Comitem Saultiarum iis esse dotibus ornatum, ut inter Regia Societatis Londinensis socies referatur, non sine maxima scientia naturalis augendae spe censet
Nobilissimus Vir Joseph Comes Salutiarum adeo diligenter Liberales disciplinus imprimisque physicas, et Mathematicas excoluit, adeoque in illis et ingenio, et industria profecit ut et merito possit in Regiam Londinensem Societatem Cooptavi, et Spes maxima Subsit eum deinde posse novis observationibus atque utilibus inventis eidem Societati comunicandis operam et Studium probare Suum. Quare hoc testimonium libentissime dedi
ProposersPeter Wyche; M Maty; J Baker; Tho Birch
Carolus Allionius
Joseph Laurentius Bruni
Access statusOpen

Saluzzo, Guiseppe Angelo, Conte di Menusiglio: certificate of election to the Royal Society

Saluzzo, Guiseppe Angelo, Conte di Menusiglio: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7079Saluzzo; Guiseppe Angelo (1734 - 1810); Conte di Menusiglio1734 - 1810
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