Reference numberEC/1775/06
Previous numbersCert III, 216; A01524
TitleConstable, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationWilliam Constable Esqr of Burton-Constable in the county of York, a Gentleman deeply versed in natural history and every branch of polite litterature [sic], being desirous of becoming a member of the Royal Society; we of our own personal knowledge do recommend him as a person highly worthy of the honour of being elected a member thereof
ProposersDan Solander; Jos Banks; Marmaduke Tunstall; Daines Barrington; Chas Howard Jun; Wm Hudson
Access statusOpen

Constable, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8181Constable; William (1721 - 1791)1721 - 1791
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