Reference numberEC/1767/08
TitleHorsley, Samuel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe reverend Mr Samuel Horsley LLB Rector of St Mary's Newington being desirous of having the honour to be admitted into the Royal Society, We the underwritten do certify of our own personal knowlege that he is well versed in Classical, Mathematical, & other branches of learning, & that we believe him capable of being a useful member of this honourable Society
ProposersMatt Raper; H Pemberton; J Ross; Josiah Colebrooke; John Lewis Petit; Cha Morton; James Burrow; Eras Saunders
Access statusOpen
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NA6920Horsley; Samuel (1733 - 1806); Mathematician1733 - 1806
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