Reference numberEC/1732/05
Previous numbersCert I, 16; A55985
TitleWeidler, Johann Friedrich: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationJohannes Fridericus Weidler, LLD mathes profess primarius Vitem berginsis.
A Gentleman very eminent for Mathematicall Learning; a curious Inquirer into the works of Nature. He is particularly recommended as a very fit and usefull Person for the Royal Society in a Letter from Dr Steigertahl FRS to the President. He hath been a constant Correspondent with the Society for Severall years, having communicated yearly his meteorologicall Observations. He is author of the following curious treatises.
Observationes Meteorologicae & Astronomicae Ann 1728 1729.
Dissertatio de meteoro lucido singulari, Anno 1730. mense Octobri conspecto.
Explicatio Jovi labii Cassiniani.
De praesenti Specularum Astronomicarum statu Dissort.
De machinis Hydraulicis marlyonsi, Londinensi, & aliis rarioribus.
Exercitationes duae de Lacrymis Vitreis & facibus noctu rotundam majoremque figuram mentientibus.
Exercitatio de phosphoro mercuriali, praecipue de eo, qui in Barometro lucet, &c.
Dissertatio de Tempestatum varietate, & investigandis veris ejusdem rationibus, &c.
He is therefore propounded and recommended as a Candidate in order to his being elected a member of the Society, by Us
ProposersConrad Sprengell; Hans Sloane; John Machin; John Eames
Access statusOpen

Weidler, Johann Friedrich: certificate of election to the Royal Society

Weidler, Johann Friedrich: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6780Weidler; Johann Friedrich (? 1691 - 1755); mathematician and astronomer? 1691 - 1755
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