Reference numberEC/1791/08
Previous numbersCert V, 162; A56120
TitleWalker, Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThomas Walker, Esqr of Lincoln's Inn Fields, Accountant General of the Court of Chancery, and one of the Masters of that Court, a Gentleman distinguished for his knowledge in Mathematicks and in various branches of Natural History, being desirous of the honour of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society, We whose Names are Underwritten, do on our personal knowledge, recommend him as deserving of the honour he requests, and as being likely to become a useful and valuable Member
ProposersW Musgrave; Thos Astle; O Salusbury Brereton; Joseph Jekyll; J Topham; J Reeves; Tho Emlyn; Alexr Aubert; R Wilbraham; J Smeaton; R P Arden; F Russell; Tho Bowdler; P Holford
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Walker, Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society

Fellows associated with this archive
NA2937Walker; Thomas (- c 1800) - c 1800
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