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Reference numberEC/1853/02
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TitleAppold, John George: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Author of two papers read before, and published by, The British Association. The inventor of 1. the Centrifugal Pump with curved vanes, now in operation at Sutton Bridge, and in various other places for draining marshes. 2. The Balance Hygrometer. 3. The Balance Thermometer, for regulating the temperature of houses. 4. A Labour-mMachine for Prisons, & now used at the Bridewell in London. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Engineering and Mechanics. Eminent as an amateur Engineer.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Golding Bird; James William Gilbart; John Tomes; A J Stephens; Robt Hunter; G B Airy
From Personal Knowledge. Js Walker; W Cubitt; Joshua Field; Charles Barry; Thomas Webster; I K Brunel; Wm Allen Miller; Lyon Playfair; John Barlow; W R Grove; Jonn Pereira; J Forbes Royle; Warren De La Rue; James Glaisher; Alfred Smee; Wm Brockedon; Will Tite; Wyndham Harding; T J Pettigrew; T B Curling; A G Wavell; W H Sykes; John Phillips; Geo Lowe
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Appold, John George: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA3750Appold; John George (1800 - 1865)1800 - 1865
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