Reference numberEC/1773/22
TitleFrankland, Sir Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThomas Frankland Esqr of Lincolns-inn desires to become a fellow of the Royal Society;
We, the underwritten, do from our personal knowlege certify, that we esteem him deserving of that honor, as being well founded in liberal and useful Studies, especially such as respect the improvement of Philosophy and Natural Science
ProposersS Horsley; Edward Poore; James Harris; Isaac Hawkins Browne; Dan Solander; C F Greville
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Frankland, Sir Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5146Frankland; Sir; Thomas (1750 - 1831)1750 - 1831
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