Reference numberEC/1848/07
TitleFox, Robert Were: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe author of Papers published in the Philosophical Transactions on the Intensity of Terresterial magnetism and the influence of the Aurora upon it, and on the electrical relations of certain metals & metalliferousl minerals. The Inventor or Improver of an Apparartus which has been most successfully employed in determining the magnetic dip and force on board ship. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the sciences of Electricity and Magnetism.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Tho Hoblyn; J A Paris; C Darwin; Ja Horne
From Personal Knowledge. Charles Lemon; H Lloyd; Baden Powell; John Phillips; H T De la Beche; W Hopkins; W H Sykes; P N Johnson; C Wheatstone; Jas C Ross; W R Grove; William Allen; John Forbes; J W Freshfield; J N Colquhoun;
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Fox, Robert Were: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6084Fox; Robert Were (1789 - 1877); geologist and physicist1789 - 1877
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