Reference numberEC/1775/07
Previous numbersCert III, 217; A03331
TitleHenry, Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationMr Thomas Henry of Manchester
being desirous to be admitted a member of the Royal Society, we whose names are hereunto subscribed do, from our personal knowledge, recommend him as a very proper member. His Experimental Essays on various subjects, published in 1773, have already gained him a considerable degree of reputation as a philosopher both in England and abroad. A Letter of his may also be seen in the Appendix to J Priestley's treatise on different kinds of Air
ProposersJoseph Priestley; Tho Percival; C White; Arthur Lee; Thos B Bayley; H Hoghton; T Lane; Ashton Lever
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Henry, Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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