Reference numberEC/1839/11
TitleConolly, Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationCapt Arthur Conolly of the Bengal Cavalry Service, author of a Journey overland from England through Russia, Persia and Affganistan [sic] to the north of India, for which he received a medal from the Geographical Society of Paris, and being well versed in Geographical knowledge, We whose names are underneath subscribed do, of our personal knowledge recommend him as a fit person to become a Fellow of this Society and likely to prove a valuable and useful member
ProposersJohn Barrow; Edward Hawke Locker; Rod I Murchison; Woodbine Parish; Geo Harrison; F Beaufort; H H Wilson; J F Royle; Martin Tupper; G R Porter
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Conolly, Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2875Conolly; Arthur (1807 - 1842)1807 - 1842
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