Reference numberEC/1819/26
TitleCorrie, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Reverend John Corrie, of Woodville in the County of Stafford well known for his proficiency in The Mathematics, & other departments of Science, being desirous of the honor of admission into the Royal Society, we the undersigned from our personal Knowledge of him, recommend him as likely to become a valuable Member thereof
ProposersSaml Galton; James Watt; John Johnston; William Henry; Thomas Thomson; Jas Edwd Smith; P M Roget; J Bostock; Wm Smith
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Corrie, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5344Corrie; John (c 1769 - 1839)c 1769 - 1839
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