Reference numberEC/1845/11
TitleDickinson, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationJohn Dickenson
The Inventor of a truly philosophical machine for making large paper, by which the Arts of this country are supplied, instead of depending upon France for it, as heretofore. Eminent as a proficient in mechanical & hydraulic engineering, and distinguished for his exertions to promote the interests of Science in general
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. John E Gray; T B Jervis; Jas Clark Ross
From Personal Knowledge. W H Smyth; Samuel Warren; Js Walker; Mc I Brunel; John Rennie; Joseph Smith; R H Solly; George Rennie; John Lee; Wm Tooke; Wm Hasledine Pepys; Nichs Carlisle
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Dickinson, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7642Dickinson; John (1782 - 1869)1782 - 1869
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