Reference numberEC/1770/09
Previous numbersCert III, 92; A02015
TitleDouglas, Sir Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationCharles Douglas of New Burlington Street Esqr (who had the command of His Majesty's ship Emerald, when employed on the North of Europe, in the business of the late Transit of Venus; and has communicated to the Society, a series of curious experiments to determine the different degrees of cold at different depths in the Sea), is a Gentleman well acquainted with Philosophical and Polite Literature, and desirous of becoming a member of the Royal Society; Therefore We, whose names are hereunto subscribed, being well acquainted with him, do conceive him deserving of the honour he requests, and one who is likely to become an usefull Member
ProposersDaniel Wray; Jno Campbell; Gowin Knight; M Maty; Saml Wegg; James Burrow; Cha Morton
Access statusOpen

Douglas, Sir Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2838Douglas; Sir; Charles (- 1789) - 1789
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