Reference numberEC/1768/27
TitleWaring, Richard Hill: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationRichard Hill Waring of Hayes in the County of Salop, & also of the Inner Temple London, Esquire being desirous to be admitted a Member of the Royal Society, We, having long known him to be a Gentleman of Learning, and Particularly Studious in many parts of Natural History, recommend him as likely to be a usefull Member of this Society, and deserving the Honour he desires
ProposersGeorge Lewis; Gustavus Brander; Henry Baker; Jams Parsons; On Salusbury Brereton
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7106Waring; Richard Hill (c 1721 - 1794)c 1721 - 1794
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