Reference numberEC/1891/09
Previous numbersCert XI, 198
TitleElliott, Edwin Bailey: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationFellow of Queen's College, Oxford. Vice-President of the London Mathematical Society. Mathematical Lecturer of Queen's and Corpus Christi College. Distinguished as a Mathematician and original investigator in various branches of mathematical research. Author of the following papers: - 'Generalisation of Prevost and Lhuilier's Theorem in Chances' (Ed Times, vol xxxv); 'On Normals to Envelopes' (Mess of Math, vol ix, p 85); 'On Multiple Definite Integrals' (Lond Math Soc Proc, vol viii, pp 35, 146); 'Kinematics on a Sphere' (ibid, vol xii, p 47); 'Multiple Frullanian Integrals' (ibid, vol xv, p 12); 'Small Motions of Systems with One Degree of Freedom' (Mess of Math, vol xv, p 38); 'The Linear Partial Differential Equations satisfied by Pure Ternary Reciprocants' (Lond Math Soc Proc, vol xviii, p 142; 'On the Interchange of the Variables in certain Linear Differential Operators' (Abstract Roy Soc Proc, vol xlvi, p 358 [ordered to be printed in the Phil Trans]); and eighteen other papers printed in the London Mathematics Society's Proceedings and elsewhere between the years 1875 and 1890.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: M W Crofton
From Personal Knowledge: J J Sylvester; Bartholomew Price; R B Clifton; J W L Glaisher; A R Fosyth; A Cayley; William Esson; J J Walker; P A MacMahon; E B Poulton
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Elliott, Edwin Bailey: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7138Elliott; Edwin Bailey (1851 - 1937)1851 - 1937
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