Reference numberMS/391/108
TitleBond of John Winthrop to the Treasurer of the Royal Society
Date11 December 1766
DescriptionForm of bond for the payment of fifty-two shillings annually to the Royal Society in four quarterly instalments, as a Fellowship subscription. Commencing: 'I, Benjamin Frankln of Craven Street in the Strand Doctor of Laws for and on behalf of John Winthrop of Cambridge in New England, Professor of Natural Philosophy, do grant and agree...'. Signed by Benjamin Franklin. Sealed and delivered in the presence of [?] Kirkby, Emanuel Mendes da Costa and Margaret Stevenson, with an embossed seal for two shillings and sixpence.
FormatManuscript and printed
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA4933Winthrop; John (1714 - 1779)1714 - 1779
NA7974Franklin; Benjamin (1706 - 1790)1706 - 1790
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