Reference numberEC/1839/05
TitleDarwin, Charles Robert: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationCharles Darwin Esq MA of Christ's College Cambridge, a gentleman who volunteered as a naturalist to accompany Captain Fitz Roy in the Beagle in his surveys in South America & the Pacific Ocean & who is well acquainted with geology, botany, zoology & many other branches of Natural Knowledge, being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society of London, we whose names are subscribed do, of our personal knowledge recommend him as a proper person to become a Fellow therof & as likely to prove a useful & valuable member
ProposersGeorge Peacock; W Hopkins; R Willis; Wm Clark; W Whewell; J F W Herschel; John Edw Gray; P M Grey Egerton; John Geo Children; Jas Clark Ross; Rod I Murchison; J Guillemard; W H Sykes; John Taylor; J Forbes Royle; John Richardson
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Darwin, Charles Robert: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8196Darwin; Charles Robert (1809 - 1882); naturalist1809 - 1882
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