Reference numberEC/1821/12
Previous numbersCert VII, 37; A01221
TitleCartwright, Edmund: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationEdmund Cartwright DD Preben[da]ry of Lincoln, Rector of Goadsby Marwood, Leicestershire, of Hollender House near Tonbridge - a Gentleman of eminent literary attainments, and especially distinguished for many mechanical Inventions and discoveries in physical Science by. which the Arts and Manufactories of the united Empire have been confessedly improved; being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society we whose names are underwritten do from our personal knowledge recommend him for that Honor as likely to be a valuable member
ProposersRt Seppings; John Geo Children; George Pearson; Davies Gilbert; G D Yeats; Benj Hobhouse
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Cartwright, Edmund: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6128Cartwright; Edmund (1743 - 1823)1743 - 1823
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