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Reference numberEC/1872/01
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TitleJevons, William Stanley: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of the following works and papers:
"A serious fall in the value of Gold' (1863)
"Coal Question" (1865)
"Gold Currency &c" (Journal of London Statistical Society)
"Pure Logic" (1863)
"The substitution of similars, or the true principle of reasoning" (1869)
"The mechanical performance of Logical Inference" (communicated to the Royal Society of London 1869)
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Andw C Ramsay; T H Huxley; J F W Herschel; John Percy; Charles Babbage; B Stewart; G B Airy; Charles Babbage; B Stewart; A Strange; John Evans.
From Personal Knowledge. T Archer Hirst; E Frankland; John Lubbock; Henry E Roscoe; J P Joule; Wm Newmarch Prest Stat Socy; Charles Manby; Ch Darwin; Joseph Whitworth; R B Clifton; Fredk Guthrie
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Jevons, William Stanley: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6360Jevons; William Stanley (1835 - 1882); economist1835 - 1882
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