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Authorised form of nameMoseley; Henry (1801 - 1872)
Dates1801 - 1872
Date of birth09 July 1801
Place of deathOlveston, Gloucestershire
Date of death20 January 1872
ActivityEducation:
MA
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election07/02/1839
RelationshipsFather of Henry Nottidge Moseley (FRS 1877)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
References:
T M Charlton, 'Contributions to the Science of Bridge-Building in the Nineteenth Century by Henry Moseley, Hon.Ll.D., FRS and William Pole, D.Mus., FRS' in NR 1975-6 vol 30 pp 169-179
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/22923208
Royal Society codeNA2248
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
AP/37/9On the Descent of Glaciers 1855
AP/53/6On the Uniform Flow of a Liquid1870
IM/Maull/003187Moseley, Henrynd
AP/51/8On the Mechanical Possibility of the Descent of Glaciers by their Weight only24 October 1868
AP/43/10On the nature of a plate of metal on an inclined plane when dilated and contracted ; and upon the descent of Glaciers1861
RR/2/128Referee's report by Henry Moseley, on a paper 'On the mechanical equivalent of heat' by James Precott Joule1850
RR/2/162Referee's report by William Hopkins, on a paper 'On the descent of glaciers' by Reverad Henry Moseley30 May 1855
RR/2/163Referee's report by James David Forbes, on a paper 'On the descent of glaciers' by Reverad Henry Moseley12 June 1855
RR/2/202Referee's report by Henry Moseley, on a paper 'On the theory of waves' by Andrew John Robertson3 September 1852
RR/7/117Letter from Henry Moseley, on his paper 'On the uniform flow of a liquid' to the Secretary of the Royal Society11 March 1871
RR/4/188Referee's report by William Hopkins, on a paper 'On the motion of a plate of metal on an inclined plane, when dilated and contracted; and on the descent of glaciers' by Henry Moseley21 June 1861
RR/1/166Referee's report by Samuel Hunter Christie, on a paper 'On the geometrical forms of turbinated and discoid shells' by Henry Moseley9 July 1838
RR/7/120Referee's report by George Gabriel Stokes, on a paper 'On the uniform flow of a liquid' by Henry Moseley29 June 1871
RR/6/192Referee's report by William John Macquorn Rankine, on a paper 'On the mechanical possibility of the descent of glaciers, by their weight only' by Henry Moseley24 February 1869
RR/7/119Referee's report by William John Macquorn Rankine, on a paper 'On the uniform flow of a liquid' by Henry Moseley13 May 1871
RR/7/118Letter from William John Macquorn Rankine, on a paper 'On the uniform flow of a liquid' by Henry Moseley to the Secretary of the Royal Society13 May 1871
RR/7/121Referee's report by George Gabriel Stokes, on a paper 'On the uniform flow of a liquid' by Henry Moseley1871
RR/3/22Referee's report by Henry Moseley, on a paper 'On the comparison of transcendents with certain applications to the theory of definite integrals' by Professor George Boole11 July 1857
PT/42/10/2Plate, diagram of the pressure of the cylinder on point of contact with plane Henry Moseley28 February 1851
MS/426/236Copy letter from C R [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Rev [Henry] Moseley21 November 1846
PT/60/13Paper, 'On a new method of approximation, applicable to elliptic and ultra-elliptic functions' by Charles W [Watkins] Merrifield17 March 1860
PT/39/7Paper, 'An experimental inquiry into the strength of wrought iron plates and their rivetted [sic] joints as applied to ship-building and vessels exposed to severe strains' by Wm [William] Fairbairn10 April 1850
EC/1839/09Moseley, Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/6/191Referee's report by James Clerk Maxwell, on a paper 'On the mechanical possibility of the descent of glaciers, by their weight only' by Henry Moseley2 March 1869
PT/39/7/2Plate, plan and section of Low Moor Yorkshire iron plates by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/3Plate, plan and section of Derbyshire iron plates by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/4Plate, strength of riveted plates of Yorkshire iron by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/11Plate, frame with double-angle iron for construction by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/5Plate, strength of riveted plates by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/6Plate, strength of riveted plates by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/7Plate, strength of riveted plates by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/8Plate, single riveted plate of iron by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/9Plate, strength of riveted plates by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/10Plate, iron frames for construction by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/12Plate, section of angle-iron beam by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/13Plate, solid wrought-iron beams by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/14Plate, wrought-iron beam with two bars by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/15Plate, wrought-iron beam with vertical rib and angle-irons by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/16Plate, rectangular arrangement of wrought-iron beams by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/17Plate, beam with a single flanch by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/18Plate, beam with a double flanch by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
PT/39/7/19Plate, malleable iron beam by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
Pt/39/7/20Plate, malleable iron beam by William Fairbairn10 April 1850
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