Reference numberEC/1795/12
Previous numbersCert V, 260; A03078
TitleHamilton, Archibald: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationArchibald Hamilton of Curzon Street May fair Esqr a Gentleman well versed in various branches of Science, being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society; we the underwritten do on our personal knowledge recommend him a [sic] well deserving of that honor, & likely to prove a valuable Member
ProposersFife; Anth Hamilton; John Paradise; Caleb Whitefoord; Gil Blane; Henry C Englefield; Geo Chalmers; J Reeves; H Gillan; John Bruce
Access statusOpen

Hamilton, Archibald: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2993Hamilton; Archibald (fl 1795)fl 1795
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