Reference numberEC/1879/21
Previous numbersCert X, 354; A55802
TitleWilliamson, Benjamin: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationFellow and Tutor of Trinity College, and Donegal Lecturer in Mathematics, in the University of Dublin. Author of A Treatise on the Differential Calculus - of A Treatise on the Integral Calculus - and of numerous original Papers in Pure Mathematics, including - "On the Solution of Certain Differential equations" Philosophical Magazine 1856 - "on Gauss' Theorem concerning the measure of Curvature on a Surface" Quarterly Journal 1871 - "On the Conditions for Maxima and Minima in a function of any number of variables" - Quarterly Journal 1872 - "On Integration by Rationalization" Hermathena 1874 - Distinguished as a Mathematician, and anxious to promote the progress of Mathematical knowledge.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. A Cayley; O Henrici; W K Clifford; E J Routh; S Parkinson; I Todhunter; W H Besant; Edward Hull
From Personal Knowledge. H Lloyd DD FRS; Geo Salmon DD FRS; Saml Haughton Clk MD; Richard Townsend MA; Robert S Ball LLD; G Johnstone Stoney MA; John Casey LLD; Morgan W Crofton; Henry J S Smith; R Mallet
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Williamson, Benjamin: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6494Williamson; Benjamin (1827 - 1916)1827 - 1916
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