Reference numberEC/1760/21
Previous numbersCert II, 214; A03083
TitleHamilton, Hugh: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Revd Mr Hugh Hamilton
Professor of Natural Philosophy in Trinity College Dublin, now in London,
well known to the Public by his Tractatus Geometricus de Sectionibus Conicis, presented by him to this Society, & a great master of all other Branches of usefull learning, being desirous of the honour of Election into the Society is accordingly recommended by us on our personal knowledge, as thoroughly qualified for it
ProposersMatt Raper; Benj Wilson; Tho Birch; H Pemberton; Gowin Knight; Chas Morton
Access statusOpen

Hamilton, Hugh: certificate of election to the Royal Society

Hamilton, Hugh: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7922Hamilton; Hugh (1729 - 1805)1729 - 1805
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