Reference numberEC/1766/14
Previous numbersCert II, 357; A03089
TitleHamilton, Sir William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Honble William Hamilton Esqr Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary from His Majesty to the King of the Two Sicilys [sic]; Being desireous [sic] of Election into the Royal Society, Wee whose names are underwritten do, from our own personal knowledge, think him deserving of that honour, and that he would prove a valuable and usefull Member
ProposersCha Carlisle; Andr Mitchell; J West; Geo Edwards
NotesNote on certificate: 'Ballotted for & Elected 6th November 1766 & David Ross Esqr by hand of Lord Morton PS paid his full payment of 25 Guineas on the 27 November 1766'
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Hamilton, Sir William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2732Hamilton; Sir; William (1730 - 1803)1730 - 1803
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