Reference numberEC/1811/03
TitleCongreve, Sir William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationWilliam Congreve of Cecil Street in the Strand London Esqr Master of Arts of Trinity College Cambridge, a Gentleman well versed in various Branches of natural Philosophy, being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society, we whose Names are underwritten do of our Personal Knowledge recommend him as deserving that Honour, and likely to become an useful and valuable Member
ProposersIsaac Milne; Thomas Harrison; Wm Blake; H Leigh Thomas; Somerset; Anty Carlisle; Craven Ord; Gil Blane; John Barrow
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Congreve, Sir William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8179Congreve; Sir; William (1772 - 1828)1772 - 1828
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