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Authorised form of nameLyttelton; Charles (1714 - 1768)
Other forms of surname'Charles Carlisle'
Dates1714 - 1768
NationalityBritish
Place of birthHagley, Worcestershire, England
Date of birth1714
Place of deathClifford Street, London
Date of death22 December 1768
Dates and placesBurial:
Hagley, Worcestershire
ActivityEducation:
Eton; University College, Oxford. BCL; DCL (1745)
Career:
Chaplain to George II (1747); Dean of Exeter (1748); Bishop of Carlisle
Memberships:
FSA (1746, President 1765)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election27/01/1743
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Royal Society codeNA1298
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/002845Lyttelton, Charlesnd
EC/1742/28Lyttelton, Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/4/331/1Letter, 'Of an uncommon large hernia' from George Carlisle to Charles Lyttelton13 April 1766
L&P/4/327Paper, 'A stone hammer-head from a hillock in St Cuthbert's Carlisle' by Charles Lyttelton6 May 1766
L&P/3/350Letter, 'Of Roman antiquities found at Bossens, St Erth, Cornwall' from William Borlase to Charles Lyttelton4 December 1758
L&P/2/410Letter, 'Of the Scilly Isles' from Charles Lyttelton to the Royal Society9 January 1753
L&P/3/216Letter, 'Of trees discovered underground in Mounts Bay' from William Borlase to Charles Lyttelton24 January 1757
L&P/3/205Letter, 'Of Malvern water' by J Wall to Charles Lyttelton22 December 1756
L&P/4/216Letter, 'Of the vegetating flie of Dominique' from John Martin Butt to Charles Lyttelton10 October 1763
L&P/4/141Letter, 'Of the plague at Aleppo' from Thomas Dawes to Charles Lyttelton26 October 1762
L&P/4/159Letter, 'Of two Roman inscriptions found at Netherby' from John Taylor to Charles Lyttelton28 April 1763
IM/002844Lyttelton, Charles1770
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