Reference numberEC/1821/44
Previous numbersCert VII, 69; A05985
TitleRennie, George: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationGeorge Rennie Esqr of the Royal Mint a gentleman well versed in several branches of Natural Knowledge & author of a paper printed in the Philosophical Transactions, entitled "An account of Experiments made on the Strength of Materials" being desirous of becoming a fellow of the Royal Society, we whose names are under written, do of our personal knowledge recommend him as deserving of that honour, and as likely to become a valuable & useful member
ProposersWS; Thomas Young; Charles Hutton; John Pond; James Watt; John Barrow; Tho Murdoch; Thos Colby; J D Thomson; Wm Hasledine Pepys; W Somerville; John Barrow; John Geo Children; Robt Bingley; Wm Babington; Wm Nairn Forbes; Rt Seppings; Edw Troughton; Edw Hawkins; C H Turner; Gil Blane; Alex McLeay; Chas Wilkins; J Bostock; Chas Konig; Wm Cotton
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Rennie, George: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA3414Rennie; George (1791 - 1866)1791 - 1866
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