Reference numberEC/1836/04
Previous numbersCert VIII, 177; A56517
TitleTaylor, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Revd Wm Taylor, of York, a Gentleman eminently versed in Mathematical & Mechanical Science, and author of Diagrams of Euclid for the use of the Blind - and of many other inventions of great service to persons deprived of sight, being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society, we the undersigned, do, of our personal Knowledge recommend Him as highly deserving that honour, & likely to become an useful & valuable Member
ProposersWm V Harcourt; John Phillips; James D Forbes; Rod I Murchison; Charles Daubeny; Baden Powell
Access statusOpen

Taylor, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA3297Taylor; William (1790 - 1870)1790 - 1870
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