Reference numberEC/1852/03
TitleCayley, Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Discoverer of Hyperdeterminants. The Author of Various Papers in the Cambridge Philosophical Transactions, Crelle's Journal, Liouville's Journal, The Cambridge & Dublin Mathematical Journal & the Philosophical Magazine. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Mathematics. Eminent as a Geometer & Analyst.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Fred Pollock; Philip Kelland; David Brewster; G B Airy; J Glaisher; Robert Harry Inglis
From Personal Knowledge. J J Sylvester; W Thomson; Charles James Hargreave; John T Graves; Richard Owen; W Whewell; Charles Wheatstone; John George Shaw Lefevre; G G Stokes; W Hopkins; James Booth; J C Adams; R Willis; J W Lubbock; John Edward Gray
Access statusOpen
Related materialBlack and white negative, Box N101
Related records in the catalogueIM/000779

Cayley, Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6944Cayley; Arthur (1821 - 1895); mathematician1821 - 1895
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