Reference numberEC/1846/03
Previous numbersCert IX, 164; A00740
TitleBooth, James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationRev James Booth
The Discoverer of A New Method of Tangential Coordinates. The Author of a Treatise on the application of that Method to the Theory of Curves and Curved Surfaces, of a paper on the Rectification and Quadrature of the Spherical Ellipse, and of various other scientific papers. The Inventor of a new method of converting rectilinear into rotatory motion. Distinguished for his acquaintance with Mathematics and Mechanics
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Sam Turner; Jas M Rendel; Lansdowne; G A Mantell; Enniskillen; James Heywood; Baden Powell; Richd Owen; Henry Moseley
From Personal Knowledge. John T Graves; James Cowles Prichard; W D Conybeare; Joseph Henry Green; William Scoresby; William B Carpenter; J J Sylvester; Eaton Hodgkinson; T J Pettigrew; Thos Rymer Jones; Wm Allen Miller
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Booth, James: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7648Booth; James (1806 - 1878)1806 - 1878
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