Authorised form of nameReade; Joseph Bancroft (1801 - 1870)
ForenamesJoseph Bancroft
Dates1801 - 1870
Dates and placesBirth:
Leeds, Yorkshire, England (05 April 1801)
Bishopsbourne, near Canterbury, Kent (12 December 1870)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Election Date:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Citation slightly smudged
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA2965
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/003765Reade, Joseph Bancroftnd
IM/003767Reade, Joseph Bancroftnd
MC/3Volume 3 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1839-1843
AP/38/18Elementary considerations on the subject Rotating Motion1856
AP/23/16An Experimental Enquiry into the influence of Nitrogen in promoting vegetable decomposition and the connexion of this process with the growth of plantsMarch 1839
AP/23/39On the Construction and Use of Single Achromatic Eye-pieces, and their superiority to the double eye-piece of Huyghens 25 November 1839
AP/23/17Experiments in the chemical constitution of several bodies which undergo vinous fermentation and on certain results of that chemical action1839
RR/1/194Referee's report by John Forbes Royle, on a paper 'An inquiry into a new theory of earthy bases of vegetable tissues' by Joseph Bancroft Reade[c.1837]
RR/1/192Referee's report by George Dollond, on a paper 'On the construction and use of single achromatic eye-pieces, and their superiority to the double eye-piece of Huyghens' by Joseph Bancroft Reade[1840]
RR/1/193Referee's report by Charles Wheatstone, on a paper 'Observations and experiments on the solar rays that occasion heat; with the application of a remarkable property of these rays to the construction of the solar and oxy-hydrogen gas microscopes' by Joseph Bancroft Reade23 December 1836
RR/1/191Referee's report by George Biddell Airy, on a paper 'On the construction and use of single achromatic eye-pieces, and their superiority to the double eye-piece of Huyghens' by Joseph Bancroft Reade25 February 1840
EC/1838/11Reade, Joseph Bancroft: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/23/15An Experiment into the formation of Alkaline and Earthly Bodies with reference to their presence in plants, the influence of carbonic acid in their generation , and the equilibrium of this gas in the atmosphereJanuary 1839
IM/Maull/003762Reade, Joseph Bancroftnd
IM/003764Reade, Joseph Bancroftnd
IM/003763Reade, Joseph Bancroftnd
IM/003766Reade, Joseph Bancroftnd
MM/10/165Minutes of the Microscope Committeec.1843
IM/000587Group lithograph of Royal Microscopical Society Presidentsnd
MC/3/15Letter from Joseph Bancroft Reade, Peckham, to the Royal Society28 February 1839
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