Reference numberEC/1772/03
TitleJodrell, Richard Paul: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationRichard Paul Jodrell of Lincolns Inn Esquire A Gentleman acquainted with Mathematical Philosophical and Polite Literature desires to become a Fellow of the Royal Society We the underwritten from our personal knowledge of his merits recommend him as highly deserving the honour he requests and likely to become an useful Member
ProposersExeter; John Paradise; I H Browne; Comte Bruhl; A Askew
Access statusOpen

Jodrell, Richard Paul: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2439Jodrell; Richard Paul (1745 - 1831)1745 - 1831
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