Reference numberEC/1838/10
TitleMiller, William Hallowes: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationWilliam Hallows Miller Esq MA Fellow & Tutor of St John's College & Professor of mineralogy in the University of Cambridge, a gentleman profoundly versed in mathematics, astronomy chemistry, mineralogy & many other branches of Science, being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society of London, we, whose names are underwritten, do hereby certify that we consider him worthy of that honour & as likely to prove a useful & valuable member
ProposersGeorge Peacock; W Whewell; G B Airy; A Sedgwick; W Hopkins; S Hunter Christie; Davies Gilbert; J F Daniell; C Wheatstone; Chas Konig; Herbert Mayo
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Miller, William Hallowes: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7152Miller; William Hallowes (1801 - 1880)1801 - 1880
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