Reference numberEC/1822/20
Previous numbersCert VII, 90; A00774
TitleBoughey, Sir John Fenton: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationSir John Fenton Boughey of - Aqualate Hall Bart member of Parliament for the County of Stafford a Gentleman much addicted to Science in general late of Christ Church in Oxford & a member of The Mathematical Society, being desirous of admission into the Royal Society.
We whose names are under written do of our personal knowledge recommend him as worthy of that honor, and as likely to prove an useful & valuable member
ProposersThos Andw Knight; Davies Gilbert; Thos Frankland Lewis; Dan Moore; Wm Smith
Access statusOpen

Boughey, Sir John Fenton: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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