Reference numberEC/1850/16
TitleMiller, John Fletcher: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Discoverer of a Tropical Fall of Rain in the Temperate Zone. The Author of Two papers on "the Meteorology of the English Lake District; including the fall of rain at various heights, up to 3166 feet above the sea level," presented to the Royal Society, and printed in the Philosophical Transactions. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Meteorology & Climatology. Eminent for his attachment to science, and his anxiety to promote its progress.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Brougham; Professor Jameson; Thos Makdougall Brisbane; John Davy; John Lee; James Challis; W H Smyth; John Washington; G B Airy; Wm Prout; John P Gassiot; Edward Forbes; Jos J Lister; Burlington; I K Brunel; J F W Herschel; Baden Powell.
From Personal Knowledge. J Davy; Luke Howard; W H Sykes; Brougham; James Glaisher; James Clark
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Miller, John Fletcher: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5835Miller; John Fletcher (1816 - 1856)1816 - 1856
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