Reference numberEC/1821/40
Previous numbersCert VII, 65; A04199
TitleLawrence, Sir Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationSir Thomas Lawrence, Knt of Russell Square, President of the Royal Academy, a gentleman not less distinguished for his eminence in art, than for his ardent desire to promote useful knowledge, being desirous of becoming a Fellow of this Society, We whose names are hereunto subscribed, do of our personal knowledge recommend him as deserving of that honor and as likely to become a valuable and useful Member
ProposersH Davy PRS; Saml Carlisle; J W Croker; Tho Murdoch; Roger Wilbraham; John Barrow; Thomas Young; Benjamin Hobhouse; Edw Rudge; Chas Konig; Thos Phillips; Geo Gilbt Currey; M Baillie; W H Carr; Chas Hatchett; R A Salisbury; John Knowles; A B Granville; John Sleath; Henry Ellis; Geo Tho Staunton; W G Maton; John T Mayne; R A Salisbury; John Symmons
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Lawrence, Sir Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5467Lawrence; Sir; Thomas (1769 - 1830)1769 - 1830
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