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Taylor Combe to Faraday   9 January 18241

Sir

I have the honor of acquainting you that you were on Thursday last elected a fellow of the Royal Society, in consequence of which the Statute requires your attendance for admission on or before the fourth meeting from the day of your election.

You will therefore be pleased to attend at eight of the clock in the evening on one of the following days. viz

Thursday 15th January 1824

Thursday 22nd January <->

Thursday 29th January <->

Thursday 5th February <->2

I am | Sir | Your humble Servant | Taylor Combe, | Secretary.

From the Apartments | of the Royal Society | Somerset Place Strand | 9th January - 1824 -


Address: To, | Michael Faraday Esq | Royal Institution | Albemarle Street

Footnotes

Taylor Combe (1774-1826, DNB). Numismatist and a Secretary of the Royal Society, 1812-1824.
Faraday was admitted a Fellow, by Davy, on 15 January 1824. RS MS JB, 43: 317.

Please cite as “Faraday0215,”εpsilon: The Michael Faraday Collection accessed on 20 May 2019, https://epsilon.ac.uk/view/faraday/letters/Faraday0215