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Authorised form of nameHaughton; Samuel (1821 - 1897)
Dates1821 - 1897
NationalityBritish
Place of birthCarlow, County Carlow, Ireland
Date of birth21 December 1821
Place of deathHis residence, 12 Northbrook Road, Dublin, Ireland
Date of death31 October 1897
Dates and placesBurial:
Carlow, County Carlow, Ireland
ActivityCareer:
Fellow, Trinity College, Dublin; Professor of Geology, University of Dublin
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election03/06/1858
Royal Society activityLectures:
Croonian 1880
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1897-1898 vol 62 pp xxix-xxxvii signed by D J C
References:
G Ferrari and A McConnell, 'Robert Mallet and the 'Great Neapolitan earthquake' of 1857 in NR 2005 vol 59 pp 45-64
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/59449626
Royal Society codeNA2959
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
AP/48/3Diagram to the paper of the Arctic Pear Part 31866
EC/1858/08Haughton, Samuel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MC/12Volume 12 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1880-1883
NLB/1/434Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Dr Samuel Haughton, Fellow of the Royal Society22 March 1887
RR/7/378Referee's report by George Gabriel Stokes, on two papers 'On the tides of the Arctic Seas. - Part IV. On the tides of Northumberland sound, at the Northern outlet Wellington channel' and 'On the tides of the arctic seas. - Part V. On the tides of refuge cove, wellington channel' by Samuel Haughton2 February 1875
NLB/15/603Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Lord Joseph Lister, President, Royal Society3 November 1897
NLB/15/574Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Messrs Harrison & Sons[29 October 1897]
NLB/15/742Copy letter from Arthur William Rucker, to Reverend Doctor George Salmon, Provost of Trinity College, Dublin29 November 1897
MC/10/217Letter from Saml [Samuel] Haughton, Trinity College Dublin, to G G [George Gabriel] Stokes, [Secretary of the Royal Society]7 February 1875
RR/5/107Referee's report by William Whewell, on a paper 'On the tides of the arctic seas. Part I. On the diurnal tides of Port Leopold, North Somerset' by Samuel Haughton1 November 1862
RR/3/133Referee's report by William Whewell, on a paper 'On the physical structure of the old red sandstone of the country of Waterford, considered with relation to cleavage, joint surfaces, and faults' by Reverend Samuel Haughton20 April 1858
PT/70/8/2Plate, diagram of joints of Waterford by Rev S [Samuel] Haughton1864
RR/6/36Referee's report by Samuel Haughton, on a paper 'Discussion of tide observations at Bristol' by T G Bunt7 January 1867
PT/68/10/3Plate, 'Range of diurnal tide, at low water, at Port Leopold, from November 1848 to July 1849' by [Samuel Haughton][1862]
RR/6/143Referee's report by Archibald Smith, on a paper 'On the tides of the Arctic Seas. - Part III. On the semidiurnal tides of Frederiksdal, near Cape Farewell, in Greenland' by Samuel Haughton19 May 1866
RR/6/214Second referee's report by Samuel Haughton, on a paper 'On the tides of Bombay and Kurrachee' by William Parkes3 November 1868
RR/8/25Referee's report by William Thomson, Lord Kelvin, on a paper 'On the tides of the Arctic Seas. Part VII. Tides of port Kennedy, in Bellot Strait. (Final discussion.)' by Samuel Haughton9 May 1877
RR/8/106Referee's report by Peter Martin Duncan, on a paper 'Notes on Physical Geology' by Samuel Haughton25 April 1878
RR/8/107Referee's report by Charles Darwin, on a paper 'Notes on Physical Geology' by Samuel Haughton28 April 1878
RR/7/377Letter from Samuel Haughton, on his paper 'On the tides of the Arctic Seas. - Part IV. On the tides of Northumberland sound, at the Northern outlet Wellington channel' to the Secretary of the Royal Society30 January 1875
RR/10/44Referee's report by William Esson, on an untraced paper 'A geometrical interpretation of the first two periods of chemical elements' by Samuel Haughton2 June 1887
RR/5/111Referee's report by William John Macquorn Rankine, on a paper 'On the joint-systems of Ireland and Cornwall, and their mechanical origin' by Samuel Haughton14 June 1864
RR/5/109Referee's report by George Biddell Airy, on a paper 'On the Tides of the Arctic Seas.— Part II. The semidiurnal Tides of port leopold, North Somerset' by Samuel Haughton19 December 1862
RR/7/375Letter from Samuel Haughton, on his papers 'On the tides of the Arctic Seas. - Part IV. On the tides of Northumberland sound, at the Northern outlet Wellington channel' and 'On the tides of the arctic seas. - Part V. On the tides of refuge cove, wellington channel' to the Secretary of the Royal Society10 July 1874
RR/7/376Letter from Samuel Haughton, on his papers 'On the tides of the Arctic Seas. - Part IV. On the tides of Northumberland sound, at the Northern outlet Wellington channel' and 'On the tides of the arctic seas. - Part V. On the tides of refuge cove, wellington channel' to the Secretary of the Royal Society22 October 1874
RR/10/45Referee's report by Arthur Cayley, on an untraced paper 'A geometrical interpretation of the first two periods of chemical elements' by Samuel Haughton11 June 1887
RR/3/131Referee's report by William Hopkins, on a paper 'On the physical structure of the old red sandstone of the county of waterford, considered with relation to cleavage, joint surfaces, and faults' by Reverend Samuel Haughton5 March 1858
RR/6/142Referee's report by George Biddell Airy, on a paper 'On the tides of the Arctic Seas. - Part III. On the semidiurnal tides of Frederiksdal, near Cape Farewell, in Greenland' by Samuel Haughton9 May 1866
RR/6/213Referee's report by Samuel Haughton, on a paper 'On the tides of Bombay and Kurrachee' by William Parkes20 August 1868
RR/8/24Referee's report by George Biddell Airy, on a paper 'On the tides of the Arctic Seas. Part VII. Tides of port Kennedy, in Bellot Strait. (Final discussion.)' by Samuel Haughton24 March 1877
RR/7/379Referee's report by George Biddell Airy, on two papers 'On the tides of the Arctic Seas. - Part IV. On the tides of Northumberland sound, at the Northern outlet Wellington channel' and 'On the tides of the arctic seas. - Part V. On the tides of refuge cove, wellington channel' by Samuel Haughton16 June 1875
PT/70/8/5Plate, diagram of joints of the Mourne and Newry Mountains by Rev S [Samuel] Haughton1864
RR/3/132Referee's report by Leonard Horner, on a paper 'On the physical structure of the old red sandstone of the county of waterford, considered with relation to cleavage, joint surfaces, and faults' by Samuel Haughton8 April 1858
PT/70/8/4Plate, diagram of joints of Donegal divided into two conjugate systems by Rev S [Samuel] Haughton1864
RR/5/103Referee's report by James Clerk Maxwell, on a paper 'On the tides of the arctic seas. Part I. On the diurnal tides of Port Leopold, North Somerset' by Samuel Haughton21 July 1862
RR/5/106Referee's report by George Gabriel Stokes, on a paper 'On the reflexion of polarized light from polished surfaces, transparent and metallic' by Samuel Haughton30 June 1862
PT/68/4Paper, 'On the reflexion of polarised light from polished surfaces, transparent and metallic' by Rev Samuel Haughton[1862]
PT/68/4/2Plate, elliptically polarised reflective beam by [Samuel Haughton][1862]
PT/68/4/3Plate, axis of ellipse when azimuth of incident light is less than and greater than circular limit by [Samuel Haughton][1862]
PT/68/4/1Manuscript, 'On the reflexion of polarised light from polished surfaces, transparent and metallic' by Rev Samuel Haughton[1862]
PT/68/4/4Plate, bright bands of light reflected off screen by Andrew E Bagot[1862]
PT/68/9Paper, part I of 'On the tides of the arctic seas' by Rev Samuel Haughton[1861]
PT/68/10/2Plate, 'Range of diurnal tide at high water, at Port Leopold Harbour, from November 1848 to July 1849' by [Samuel Haughton][1862]
PT/68/10/1Manuscript, part II of 'On the tides of the arctic seas' by Rev Samuel Haughton[1862]
RR/5/102Referee's report by George Biddell Airy, on a paper 'On the tides of the arctic seas. Part I. On the diurnal tides of Port Leopold, North Somerset' by Samuel Haughton27 February 1862
PT/68/10/6Plate, diagram of time of new moon and full moon spring tides by [Samuel Haughton][1862]
PT/68/10/5Plate, diagram of heights of high and neap tides by [Samuel Haughton][1862]
PT/68/10/4Plate, interval of vanishing and age of diurnal tide at high and low water by [Samuel Haughton][1862]
RR/5/108Referee's report by William Whewell, on a paper 'On the Tides of the Arctic Seas.— Part II. The semidiurnal Tides of port leopold, North Somerset' by Samuel Haughton4 December 1862
PT/68/11Letter, requesting tidal observations from Port Leopold from [George] Henry Richards to Walter White27 April 1869
RR/5/104Letter from Samuel Haughton, regarding his paper 'On the tides of the arctic seas. Part I. On the diurnal tides of Port Leopold, North Somerset' by Samuel Haughton6 November 1862
RR/5/110Referee's report by John Phillips, on a paper 'On the joint-systems of Ireland and Cornwall, and their mechanical origin' by Samuel Haughton6 June 1864
PT/70/8/6Plate, diagram of systems of joints of Waterford, Donegal, and the Mourne and Newry Mountains by Rev S [Samuel] Haughton1864
PT/70/8/1Manuscript, 'On the joint systems of Ireland and Cornwall, and their mechanical origin' by Rev Samuel Haughton[1864]
PT/70/8Paper, 'On the joint systems of Ireland and Cornwall, and their mechanical origin' by Rev Samuel Haughton[1864]
PT/68/10Paper, part II of 'On the tides of the arctic seas' by Rev Samuel Haughton[1862]
PT/70/8/3Plate, diagram of joints of Donegal by Rev S [Samuel] Haughton1864
MC/8/64Letter from Saml [Samuel] Haughton, Trinity College Dublin, to Walter White, [Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]7 July 1867
AP/60/3A Geological Proof that the changes of Climate in past times were not due to changes in the position of the Pole; with an attempt to assign a minor limit to the position of Geological Time1877
RR/5/105Report by Samuel Haughton, on his paper 'On the reflexion of polarized light from polished surfaces, transparent and metallic' [1862]
RR/5/125Letter from George Gabriel Stokes, to Samuel Haughton, regarding a paper 'On the reflexion of polarized light from polished surfaces, transparent and metallic' by Samuel Haughton24 July 1862
RR/7/380Referee's report by William Thomson, Lord Kelvin, on two papers 'On the tides of the Arctic Seas. - Part IV. On the tides of Northumberland sound, at the Northern outlet Wellington channel' and 'On the tides of the arctic seas. - Part V. On the tides of refuge cove, wellington channel' by Samuel Haughton16 June 1875
MC/8Volume 8 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1867-1869
MC/11Volume 11 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1877-1879
MC/10Volume 10 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal SocietyJuly 1873-1876
MC/11/103Letter from Saml [Samuel] Haughton, Trinity College, Dublin, to Walter White, [Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]2 October 1877
MC/12/22Letter from Saml [Samuel] Haughton, Trinity College, Dublin, to Walter White, [Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]15 March 1880
MC/12/143Letter from Saml [Samuel] Haughton, Trinity College, Dublin, to Walter White, [Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]21 January 1881
MC/12/219Letter from Louis C [Claude] Purser, 38 Trinity College, Dublin, to Walter White, [Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]11 November 1881
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