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Reference numberEC/1839/01
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TitleFrodsham, William James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationMr William James Frodsham, of Change Alley, a Gentleman much attached to Science, and more particularly to the construction of Chronometers, in which he has made considerable improvements, and also the Author of a Paper on isochronising the unequal Arcs of Vibration of the Pendulum, being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society, We, the undersigned, do from our personal knowledge, recommend him as deserving of that honor, and as likely to become a valuable and useful Member
ProposersTho Murdoch; William Edward Parry; Jas Clark Ross; Richd Z Mudge; Edward Sabine; Peter Barlow; Jas Harvey; John Edw Gray
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Frodsham, William James: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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CodeNameDates
NA5905Frodsham; William James (1778 - 1850)1778 - 1850
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