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Reference numberEC/1870/02
Previous numbersCert X, 159
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TitleFroude, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of several papes on The Rolling of Ships, the Theory of Waves, and Marine Propulsion, read to the Institution of Naval Architects, and published in the Transactions of that Body. Distinguished for his acquaintance with Pure and Applied Mathematics, and Eminent for his knowledge of Mechanical Philosophy.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. R B Clifton; William Thomson; George E Day; Cha Lyell; Charles Babbage.
From Personal Knowledge. Bartholomew Price; Henry W Acland; W F Donkin; George Rolleston; John Phillips; Robert Main; Henry J S Smith; A Vernon Harcourt; W J Macquorn Rankine; Henry Mosely; Wm Pengelly; J B Reade; Geo E Frere; Francis Galton; John Waterhouse; Thomas Watson; C W Merrifield; Charles Manby
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Froude, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2850Froude; William (1810 - 1879)1810 - 1879
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