Reference numberEC/1810/14
Previous numbersCert VI, 175; A06083
TitleRobertson, James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationJames Robertson, Esquire, AM of Bury Street St James's, a Gentleman versed in several Branches of useful knowledge, and author of a Paper printed in the Philosophical Transactions, entitled, "Observations on the Permanency of the variation of the Compass, at Jamaica", being desirous of the Honor of admission into the Royal Society, We, the underwritten, do on our personal knowledge declare that we think him worthy of the Honor he solicits, and likely to become an useful and valuable member
ProposersGordon; Dundas; Gil Blane; Chas Konig; Edw Troughton
Access statusOpen

Robertson, James: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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