Reference numberEC/1781/19
TitleHerschel, Sir William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationMr William Herschel of Bath, being well versed in Mathematics, Mechanics, and astronomy, and having communicated Several papers to the Royal Society, particularly those relating to the present comet, which he first observed, is desirous of the honour of being elected a Fellow : He is therefore recommended by us, on our personal knowledge; as likely to prove a usefull and valuable member
ProposersW Watson; Wm Watson Junr; J Smeaton; C Blagden; J Lloyd; H Stebbing; F Wollaston; S Hemming
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Herschel, Sir William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8060Herschel; Sir; William (1738 - 1822); astronomer1738 - 1822
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