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Reference numberEC/1857/14
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TitleWelsh, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe author of a paper entitled Meteorological Observations made by him in four Ballon Ascents in 1852 - A paper on the construction of a Standard Barometer & the processes employed in the verification of Barometers at Kew Observatory - these papers are printed in the Transactions - also various papers printed in the Proceedings of the Royal Society and in the Reports of the British Association. The Inventor or Improver of the Construction of Meteorological Instruments. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the sciences of Magnetism & Meteorology. Eminent as a Meteorologist.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. G B Airy; E W Brayley.
From Personal Knowledge. John P Gassiot; W H Sykes; Rod I Murchison; W R Grove; Warren De La Rue; John Phillips; Charles Daubeny; George Peacock; W Hopkins; C Wheatstone; Leonard Horner; John Bishop; Chas Brooke; James P Joule; J Tyndall; Leonard Horner
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Welsh, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1680Welsh; John (1824 - 1859)1824 - 1859
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