Authorised form of nameKelland; Philip (1808 - 1879)
Dates1808 - 1879
Place of birthDunster, Somerset, England
Date of birth17 October 1808
Place of deathBridge of Allan, Stirlingshire
Date of death07 May 1879
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election06/12/1838
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Proc Roy Soc 1879 vol 29 pp vii-x
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA1590
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
RR/3/48Referee's report by Phillip Kelland, on an unnamed paper by Arthur Cayley1856
RR/3/53Referee's report by Philip Kelland, on five unnamed papers by Arthur Cayley23 February 1857
RR/3/54Referee's report by Philip Kelland, on a paper 'A memoir upon caustics' by Arthur Cayley23 July 1957
RR/3/56Referee's report by Philip Kelland, on an unnamed paper by Arthur Cayley and an unnamed paper by Reverend Robert Carmichael15 March 1858
RR/4/45Referee's report by Philip Kelland, on a paper 'On the porism of the in-and-circumscribed polygon' by Arthur Cayley27 May 1861
RR/4/122Referee's report by Philip Kelland, on a paper 'On the method of symmetric products, and on certain circular functions connected with that method' by Robert Harley23 March 1861
RR/4/228Referee's report by Philip Kelland, on a paper 'On the calculus of symbols, with applications to the theory of differential equations' by William Henry Leighton Russell19 March 1861
RR/1/154Referee's report by Philip Kelland, on a paper 'On the total reflection from the surface of any crystal' by Michael Macann29 June 1848
RR/6/53Referee's report by Philip Kelland, on a paper 'A supplementary memoir on caustics' by Arthur Cayley29 December 1866
RR/6/61Referee's report by Philip Kelland, on a paper 'Addition to memoir on the resultant of a system of two equations' by Arthur Cayley31 December 1867
RR/3/46Referee's report by Philip Kelland, on a paper 'Second and third memoir on quantics' by Arthur Cayley2 November 1955
EC/1838/33Kelland, Philip: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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