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The President, Council and Fellows of the Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge, commonly known as the Royal Society, is a learned society for science. Founded in November 1660, it was granted a royal charter by King Charles II as "The Royal Society".
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|1665/02/15||Samuel Pepys (1633-1703)||ref:1040|
|1665/02/15||Philip Carteret (c.1631-1672)||E-WIKI|
|1681/04/06||Sir Anthony Deane (1633-1721)||ref:1040|
|1737/04/07||Christopher Middleton (d.1770)||ODNB|
|1742||Francis Haskins Eyles-Stiles (1704-1762)||E-WIKI|
|1761/12/14||Lord Washington Shirley (5th Earl Ferrers) (1722-1778)||ref:1220|
|1764/05/17||John Campbell (1719-1790)||ref:1040|
|1776/01||John Elliot (1732-1808)||ref:676|
|1778/03/05||The Hon. Robert Boyle (1736-1780)||ref:676|
|1781/02/15||George Young (1732-1810)||ODNB|
|1785||Richard Neave (1731-1814)||E-WIKI|
|1796/05/23||John Dalrymple (1722-1798)||E-WIKI|
|1841/11/18||William Allen (1792-1864)||ODNB|