Reference numberEC/1853/09
TitleInglefield, Sir Edward Augustus: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionCertificate relates to successful second candidature
CitationThe Author of a Pamphlet entitled "A new theory of Terrestrial Magnetism." The Inventor or Improver of certain instruments for maritime purposes. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Electro-metallurgy. Eminent as an Arctic Navigator - and as the intrepid explorer of two practicable Straits connecting Baffin Bay with the great Polar Basin, in a vessel of his own, and carried out at his own expence [sic]
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. George Fisher; Dr Lee LLD; C W Pasley.
From Personal Knowledge. Rod I Murchison; F Beaufort; W H Smyth; F W Beechey; Thos Dyke Acland; John Washington; E J Johnson; Robt FitzRoy; John Barrow; J F Davis; Ashhurst Majendie; Robt Brown; Robert Harry Inglis
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Inglefield, Sir Edward Augustus: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7686Inglefield; Sir; Edward Augustus (1820 - 1894)1820 - 1894
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