Authorised form of nameZollman; Philip Henry (- c 1748)
Other forms of namePhilip Heinrich
Dates - c 1748
Place of birthZeitz, Saxony, Germany
OccupationPublisher; Journalist
Publisher; Journalist
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election22/06/1727
ProposerJames Jurin
Royal Society activityRoyal Society roles:
For Sec 1723-1728
Bulloch's Roll; Printed list; Romulus 1
Marta Cavazza, 'The Institute of Science of Bologna and the Royal Society in the eighteenth century' in NR 2002 vol 56 pp 3-25, palte
Derek Massarella, 'Philip Henry Zollman, the Royal Society's First Assistant Secretary for Foreign Correspondence' in NR 1992 vol 46 pp 219-234
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA1848
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EL/Z/9Philip Zollman, dated at Stockholm, to James Jurin5 November 1724
RBO/14/85'An account of Fossils etc sent from Soissons' by Philip Henry Zollman1729
RBO/15/67'An account of two Phaenomena of Fire' by Philip Zollman1703
RBO/11/88Translation by Philip Zollman of Fevry's account of Siamese twins from Lorrain 1723
L&P/1/116Letter, 'Of Saltpetre' from Philip Henry Zollman to Cromwell Mortimer17 June 1742
CLP/4ii/5Paper, 'Account of two phaenomena of fire which are related in the 'Breslaw miscellanys' the first in the month of march 1718' by Philip Zollman11 March 1731
LBO/19/135Copy letter from Philip Zollman to William Rutty16 October 1729
LBO/18/39Copy of a letter from Philip Zollman, Paris, to James JurinJuly 1724
LBO/18/25Copy letter from Philip Henry Zollman, Paris, to James Jurin13 May 1724
LBO/18/94Copy letter from Philip Zollman, Stockholm, to James Jurin25 August 1725
LBO/24/53Copy letter from Mr Baratier to Philip Zollman10 December 1737
EL/Z/13Letter from Philip Zollman, dated at Stockholm12 June 1727
RBO/19/5'An Account of some surprizing Meteors appearing from time to time in the Province of Trivegiana (in the dominions of Venice) described and explained by Signor Ludovico Riva in his Miscellanies in Latin'1734
CLP/10ii/8Translation, 'The anatomical preparation of vegetables' by Albertus Seba [1728]
EL/Z/10Letter from Philip Zollman, dated at Stockholm25 August 1725
EL/B3/72Letter from Lavalade to Philip Henry Zollman7 February 1738
CLP/22ii/57Paper, 'Proposals for the improvement of the history of Russia' by [Gerhard Friedrich] Muller1733
CLP/12ii/60Paper, 'An account of the case above mentioned' by Salien[1735]
EL/Z/18Letter from Philip Zollman, dated at Molsey near Hampton Court1 August 1733
EL/R2/34William Rutty to Philip Zollman27 January 1730
EL/Z/12Letter from Philip Zollman, dated at Stockholm17 November 1726
EL/R2/29William Rutty to Philip Zollman15 November 1729
EL/Z/5Philip Zollman, dated at Paris, to James Jurin20 May 1724
EL/Z/4Philip Zollman, dated at Paris, to James Jurin13 May 1724
EL/B3/64Letter from John Philip Baratier, dated at Hall in Saxony, to Philip Henry Zollman10 December 1737
EL/B3/65Translation of a letter from John Philip Baratier to Philip Henry Zollman1737
EL/C3/8Translation of a letter and paper from George Clacius, dated at Hall in Saxony1731
EL/Z/11Letter from Philip Zollman, dated at Stockholm3 May 1726
EL/Z/6Philip Zollman, dated at Paris, to James Jurin21 June 1724
EL/C2/87Philip Henry Zollman, dated at London, to Louis Coper7 August 1731
EL/Z/7Philip Zollman, dated at Paris, to James JurinJuly 1724
EL/Z/8Philip Zollman, dated at London, to James Jurin11 September 1724
CLP/10ii/21Paper, 'Some corrections and amendments by J P Breynius concerning the generation of the insect called by him Coccus radicum in his natural history thereof printed in the year 1731' by J P [Johannes Philippus] Breynius[1733]
EL/B3/71Letter from Philip Henry Zollman, dated at London, to John Philip Baratier concerning his proposal for determining longitude at sea13 February 1738
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