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Reference numberEC/1823/04
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TitleBarlow, Peter: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationPeter Barlow Esqr of the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, a gentleman eminently distinguished by various works on the mathematica and physical sciences especially by two papers in the Transactions of this Society on the effects of magnetism on Chronometers and Red Hot Iron - and by a treatise upon magnetism recently publi[she]d being desirous of becoming a fellow of this Society
We from our personal knowledge recommend him as highly deserving of that honor and as likely to prove a very useful and valuable member
ProposersDavies Gilbert; Henry Kater; Thos Colby; John Barrow; Charles Babbage; John Knowles; Frans Beaufort; J Deas Thomson; Francis Baily; Rt Seppings; Edward Sabine; S R Chapman; Basil Hall; Edw ffrench Bromhead
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Barlow, Peter: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5788Barlow; Peter (1776 - 1862); mathematician1776 - 1862
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