Reference numberEC/1828/04
Previous numbersCert VII, 225; A03082
TitleHamilton, Henry Parr: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Rev Henry Parr Hamilton, MA FLS & Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, a gentleman well versed in mathematics & many branches of natural knowledge, & the author of a Treatise in Analytical Geometry being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society, we whose names are underwritten, do, of our personal Knowledge, recommend him as a proper person to become a Fellow thereof
ProposersW Lax; Geo Peacock; A Sedgwick; W Whewell; Charles Babbage; S H Christie; Leonard Horner; Edward ffrench Bromhead; Bewick Bridge; W Somerville
Access statusOpen

Hamilton, Henry Parr: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA3839Hamilton; Henry Parr (1794 - 1880)1794 - 1880
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