Reference numberEC/1847/06
Previous numbersCert IX, 193; A00914
TitleBrooke, Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationBachelor of Arts and of Medicine of St John's College Cambridge. Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. [Of] 29 Keppel Street Russell Square London. The author of A synopsis of Pure Mathematics Cambridge 1828 and of a paper on the automatic Registration of Magnetometers ordered to be printed in the Philosophical Transactions. The inventor of a method of Automatic meteorological registration, by Photography. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of crystallography. Inventor of the Vertical Sounding Board, and various instruments for the natural application of the "Brad Suture" being desirous of admission into the Royal Society of London, we, the undersigned propose and recommend him as deserving that honour, and as likely to become a useful and valuable Member
ProposersG B Airy; W Whewell; W H Miller; M Faraday; G J Guthrie; R Phillips; Wm Lawrence; C Wheatstone; R Owen; W Ayrton; G B Greenough; R E Grant; W Sharpey; John Clendinning; James Moncrieff Arnott; W Allen Miller; Golding Bird; W R Grove; Rd Twining
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Brooke, Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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