Reference numberEC/1822/12
Previous numbersCert VII, 82; A06154
TitleRoss, Daniel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationCaptain Daniel Ross, of the East India Compy's Bombay Marine Service, now residing at Woodford in Essex, a Gentleman conversant with several branches of natural science, and well known by his excellent surveys of the China Sea and its contiguous inlets, which have improved the Geography of those parts, and greatly added to the security of Navigation and Commerce, being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society, we the undersigned do of our personal knowledge consider him deserving of that honour, and likely to prove a valuable member of the Society
ProposersT Reid; W T Money; Chas Wilkins; Wm Stanley Clarke; James Horsburgh; John Barrow; Henry Browne; W A Cadell; Wm Marsden; Geo Tho Staunton; J F Davis
Access statusOpen

Ross, Daniel: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5430Ross; Daniel (1780 - 1849)1780 - 1849
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