Authorised form of nameWolf; Nathaniel Matthew (1728 - 1784)
Other forms of nameNathanael Mattheus von
Dates1728 - 1784
Place of birthChojnice, Poland
Date of birth28 January 1724
Place of deathDanzig [Gdansk, Poland]
Date of death15 December 1784
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election10/04/1777
Bulloch's Roll
BR quotes another alternative name-Nathanael Matthaews de Wolf. BR also contains information as to his nationality found in Thomson (T).
Royal Society codeNA2619
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MM/3/17Letter from John Hyacinth Magellan, London, to the Royal Society23 March 1778
MM/3/16Letter from John Hyacinth Magellan, London, to the Royal Society22 January 1778
MM/3/12Letter from Nathaniel Matthew Wolf, Danzig, to Samuel Horsley, Secretary, Royal Society9 June 1778
L&P/7/233Paper, 'Solar eclipse of 17 October' by Nathaniel Matthew Wolf1782
L&P/6/236Letter, 'Astronomical observations' from Nathaniel Matthew Wolf to John Hyacinth de Magellan7 April 1776
EC/1776/26Wolf, Nathaniel Matthew: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MS/13Works on botanical classification [by Nathaniel Matthew Wolf]1770-1771
L&P/6/213Letter, 'Account of a portrait of Copernicus presented by him to the Society' from Nathaniel Matthew Wolf to John Hyacinth de Magellan7 April 1776
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