Reference numberEC/1767/24
TitleBennet, Richard Henry Alexander: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationRichard Henry Alexander Bennet Esqre in St James Street, Fellow of the Antiquarian Society, a Gentleman well vers'd in experimental Philosophy, being desirous of the Honour of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society; We whose names are hereunto subscrib'd do, from our personal Knowlege of him, recommend him, as a Person deserving that Honour, & likely to become a useful member of the same
ProposersHuntingdon; Zy Rochester; Pet Burrell; Jno Turton; William Hunter; Cha LEpinasse
Access statusOpen
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NA7584Bennet; Richard Henry Alexander (1743 - 1814)1743 - 1814
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