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Authorised form of nameMiles; Henry (1698 - 1763)
SurnameMiles
ForenamesHenry
Dates1698 - 1763
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Stroud, Gloucestershire, England (02 June 1698)
Death:
10 February 1763
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
9/06/1743
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
References:
Marie Boas Hall, 'Henry Miles, FRS (1698-1763) and Thomas Birch, FRS (1705-66)' in NR 1963 vol 18 pp 39-44
Royal Society codeNA1310
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/2/577Letter, 'Of Dr Roger's meteorological observations' from Henry Miles to Henry Baker19 February 1755
L&P/1/55Letter, 'Parhelia seen in Kent 19 December 1741' from Henry Miles to John Eames[1741]
MS/391/54Bond of Henry Miles to the Treasurer of the Royal Society16 June 1743
L&P/1/366Letter, 'Of firing phosphorus by electricity' from Henry Miles to Mr Baker1745
L&P/2/64Letter, 'Of lightning on occasion of the earthquake' from Henry Miles to Martin Folkes22 March 1750
L&P/1/471Letter, 'Electrical observations' from Henry Miles to Henry Baker20 March 1746
L&P/1/402Letter, 'Of a lady whose clothes sparkled' from Henry Miles to Martin Folkes19 May 1745
L&P/1/458Letter, 'Electrical observations' from Henry Miles to Henry Baker4 March 1746
L&P/1/257Letter, 'Of eels in vinegar' from Henry Miles to Baker1743
L&P/1/444Letter, 'On electricity' from Henry Miles to Henry Baker22 January 1746
L&P/2/497Letter, 'On Job Baster's meteorological observations for 1752 and 1753' from Henry Miles to Henry Baker21 March 1754
L&P/1/415Letter, 'On sending to him a parcell of letters from H Oldenburg to Hon. R. Boyle & from Dr John Beale to the same' from Henry Miles to Martin Folkes24 October 1745
L&P/1/421Letter, 'Improvements in cyder & perry' from Henry Miles to Martin Folkes1745
L&P/2/417Letter, 'Of a double burr about the moon' from Henry Miles to Thomas Birch22 February 1753
L&P/2/529Letter, 'On Pieter Gabry's meteorological tables' from Henry Miles to Henry Baker15 May 1754
L&P/2/482Letter, 'Of the late hard weather' from Henry Miles to John Canton28 February 1754
L&P/2/574Letter, 'Of thermometer-readings by Mr Canton on 8th and 9th of February' from Henry Miles to the Royal Society13 February 1755
EC/1743/04Miles, Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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