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Reference numberEC/1770/20
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TitleLimbourg, John Philip de: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionThird of three certificates relating to this Fellow's election
CitationJohn Philip de Limbourg, Dr of Physick at Spa, with whom we are personally acquainted, Author of several ingenious performances, some of which have been communicated to the Royal Society & printed in the Philosophical Transactions, desirous of being admitted a Member, we whose names are underwritten do recommend him as a person likely to become a very usefull member
ProposersMarchmont; Kea FitzGerald; Peter Canvane; Richd Wilbraham Bootle; Amyas Bushe; Turberville Needham; Greg Sharpe; John Webb; Wm Watson Junr; William Hewson; John Cuthbert; D P Layard; H D Gaubius; B S Albinus; G Meerman
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Limbourg, John Philip de: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5586Limbourg; John Philip de (1726 - 1811)1726 - 1811
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