Reference numberEC/1786/01
Previous numbersCert V, 34; A02804
TitleGoodricke, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationJohn Goodricke Esqr of York, a Gentleman well versed in various branches of the Mathematics, partlicularly Astronomy, and well known to this Society on account of several valuable Papers, which he has communicated, being very desirous of becoming a member thereof: we, whose names are subscrib'd, do of our own personal knowledge, certify that he is very deserving of the honor he solicits, and likely to become a valuable and useful Member
ProposersNath Pigott; A Hunter; Thomas Frankland; Anto Shepherd; Wm Wales; Nevil Maskelyne; Thos Hornsby; Henry C Englefield
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Goodricke, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5677Goodricke; John (1764 - 1786)1764 - 1786
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