Authorised form of nameBliss; Nathaniel (1700 - 1764)
Dates1700 - 1764
Date of birth28 November 1700
Date of death02 September 1764
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election20/05/1742
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Royal Society codeNA1276
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MS/16Fundata duarum Lecturarum in Disciplinis Mathematicis11 August 1619
L&P/5/141Letter, 'The transit of Mercury' from John Winthrop to Nathaniel Bliss20 June 1763
L&P/4/7Letter, 'Of Mark Day's letter on the comet or aurora of March 10 1760' from Nathaniel Bliss to Morton1 April 1760
L&P/3/143Letter, 'Request for a new Transit book' from Nathaniel Bliss to George Parker, President of the Royal Society23 March 1756
EC/1742/11Bliss, Nathaniel: certificate of election to the Royal Society20 May 1742
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