Reference numberEC/1847/07
Previous numbersCert IX, 194; A01362
TitleChristie, James Robert: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Author of a Paper "On the use of the Barometric Thermometer for the determination of relative heights" printed in the Philosophical Transactions for 1846. The Inventor of a Method of effecting the separation of the nearly equal Roots of Numerical Equations, and the improver of Budan's Criterion for their imaginary Roots. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Mathematics and Physics
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Adam Sedgwick; John Bishop
From Personal Knowledge. M Faraday; G B Airy; James D Forbes; C Wheatstone; Peter Barlow; Wm Gravatt; John Geo Children; George Peacock; Peter W Barlow; W H Smyth; Tho Galloway
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Christie, James Robert: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1012Christie; James Robert (1814 - 1879)1814 - 1879
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