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Authorised form of nameHodgson; James (1672 - 1755)
Other forms of nameHudson, James
SurnameHodgson
ForenamesJames
Dates1672 - 1755
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
1672
Death:
25 June 1755
ActivityProfession:
Author
Schoolmaster
Career:
Master of the Royal School of Mathematics at Christ's Hospital
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
30/11/1703
RelationshipsMarried the niece of his friend John Flamsteed (FRS 1677); nephew of Thomas Tompion, clockmaker and Master of the Clockmakers Company (1704)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB; Thomas; Taylor
Royal Society codeNA3285
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
RBO/18/55Table showing configurations of Jupiter's four satellites when their eclipses are visible in London in 1734 by James Hodgson22 November 1733
RBO/20/21'An Observation of an Eclipse of the Moon made at Christ's Hospital London' by James Hodgson1736
RBO/20/3'The Configurations of Jupiter's Satellites at the Times when such of their Eclipses as are Visible at London will happen in the Year 1737 by James Hodgson'1736
CLP/22ii/66Paper, 'Account of method proposed by John Philip Barerius for finding the longitude at Sea as communicated by him to the Royal Society with some remarks by James Hodgson'18th century
CLP/8ii/65Paper, observations of the lunar eclipse made at Christ's Hospital London on 15 March 1736 by James Hodgson1736
CLP/22ii/15Paper, Account of [John] Flamstead's 'Historia coelestis Britannica tribus volumnibus contenta [The heavenly history - star atlas - of the British people, complete volumes]' by Mr [James] Hodgson[1725]
MOB/020Glass lens by John Flamsteedearly 17th century
DM/5/102A list of benefactors to the Museum, to the value of £5 or upwards at one time c.1737
DM/5/100A list of benefactors to the Library, to the value of £5 or upwards at one time c.1737
RBO/16/45'The Description of a new Quadrant for Altitudes either on Sea or Land call'd Elton's Quadrant' by Captain J Elton communicated by James Hodgson1731
CLP/22ii/83Paper, Account of John Hamilton's 'Treatise on stereography, or, the art of describing lines, planes and solids in perspective and projection' by James Hodgson2 May 1734
CLP/8ii/79Tables, 'Immersions and Emersions of the four Satellites of Jupiter for the year 1738 computed to the Meridian of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich' by James Hodgson[1737]
CLP/8ii/80Tables, 'Apparent Times of the Immersions and Emersions of Jupiters Satellites for the year 1739 computed to the Meridian of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich' by James Hodgson[1738]
CLP/8ii/78Tables, 'Apparent Times of the Immersions and Emersions of Jupiters Satellites which will happen in the year 1737 computed to the meridian of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich' by James Hodgson[1736]
CLP/8ii/81Tables, 'Apparent Times of such of the Immersions and Emersions of Jupiter's Satellites, as are Visible at London in the year 1735' by James Hodgson[1734]
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