Reference numberEC/1840/21
Previous numbersCert IX, 20; A04204
TitleLawson, Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Author of Various small tracts on passing Astronomical & Phill Phenomena. The Inventor or Improver of Of [sic] the Electrical Discharging Electrometer & other Instruments applicable to Electric Meteorology also a Reclinea for large Telescopes. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Astronomy & Meteorology
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Basil Hall; J Guillemard; Thos F Colby; Bryan Donkin
From Personal Knowledge. G Dollond; Wm Hasledine Pepys; Henry Ellis; Joseph Smith
Access statusOpen

Lawson, Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5420Lawson; Henry (1774 - 1855)1774 - 1855
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