Reference numberEC/1823/15
TitleFaraday, Michael: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationMr Michael Faraday, a Gentleman eminently conversant in chemical science, and author of several papers which have been published in the Transactions of the Royal Society, being desirous of becoming a fellow therof, We, whose names are undersigned, do, of our personal knowledge, recommend him as highly deserving that Honour, and likely to become an useful and va[lua]ble member
ProposersJohn Guillemard; R Phillips; Charles Babbage; G D Yeats; Thos Colby; Wm Prout; W D Conybeare; H [T] De La Beche; [D]a[n] Moore; J Bostock; P M Roget; A B Granville; Fred Pollock; R H Solly; G Pearson; Henry Earle; Gil Blane; Wm H Wollaston; J G Children; Wm Babington; J F Wm Herschel; J South; Davies Gilbert; Robt Bingley; Alexr Crichton; J A Paris; J F Daniell; Chas Hatchett; Jas Stodart
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Faraday, Michael: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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