Reference numberEC/1851/19
TitleMaudslay, Joseph: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionCertificate relates to unsuccessful candidature. Erasmus Wilson has signed the election certificate twice
CitationThe Inventor or improver of Direct Acting Marine Steam Engines, in extensive use. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Mechanical Engineering. Eminent as a Mechanical Engineer
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Henry Ellis; T H Henry; Rd Partridge; Richard Sheepshanks; E Tennyson d'Eyncourt; James Booth;Henry James; Chas Enderby; J B Heath; H Bence Jones; G Mackmurdo; Howard Douglas; Albert Wm Beetham; A Tweedie; T Wharton Jones; Chas Brooke.
From Personal Knowledge. Jn Walker; W Cubitt; I K Brunel; F Beaufort; H Wollaston Blake; Erasmus Wilson; Joshua Field; Bryan Donkin; Wm Edward Parry; Erasmus Wilson; B C Brodie; John Edw Gray; Robert Lee; William Tite; J N Colquhoun
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Maudslay, Joseph: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5607Maudslay; Joseph (1801 - 1861)1801 - 1861
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