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Reference numberEC/1776/16
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TitleNairne, Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationMr Edward Nairne of Cornhill, Mathematical Instrument maker well known to the Royal Society for his several Communications, and in general for his Knowledge in Experimental Philosophy, being desirous of the Honour of becoming a Fellow of the Society, We whose Names are underwritten do recommend him from our personal knowledge as likely to prove an useful Member of the same
ProposersNevil Maskelyne; Jno Campbell; Alexr Aubert; Ant Shepherd; Mat Duane; S Horsley; James Burrow; J Smeaton; M Maty; Tho Emlyn; Joseph Priestley; J Belchier; Dimsdale;James Ferguson; W Henly; Dan Solander; Rodh Valltravers; J Lloyd; Thos Dickson; Gustavus Brande; M Raper; Fra Wollaston; John Reinold Forster; J H du Magellan; Cyril Jackson; Edwd Poore; John Smith
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Nairne, Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8264Nairne; Edward (1726 - 1806)1726 - 1806
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