Reference numberEC/1906/18
Previous numbersCert XII, 235
TitleGuinness, Edward Cecil, 1st Earl of Iveagh: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationEdward Cecil Guinness, Viscount Iveagh proposed on the nomination of the Council, as having rendered conspicuous service to the cause of science and on the ground that his election would be of signal benefit to the Society
ProposersRayleigh; A B Kempe; J Larmor; Arch Geikie; Francis Darwin; William Huggins; Shelford Bidwell; H F Newall; John Perry; William A Tilden; Wyndham R Dunstan; J Norman Collie; John E Marr; W D Niven; Lauder Brunton; E Ray Lankester; Sidney F Harmer; Henry E Armstrong
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Guinness, Edward Cecil, 1st Earl of Iveagh: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2887Guinness; Edward Cecil (1847 - 1927); 1st Earl of Iveagh1847 - 1927
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