Authorised form of nameAubert; Alexander (1730 - 1805)
Dates1730 - 1805
Place of birthAustin Friars, London, England
Date of birth11 May 1730
Date of death19 October 1805
Director (1753), later Governor, London Assurance Company
FSA (1784)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election09/01/1772
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Royal Society codeNA3292
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/000156Aubert, Alexandernd
DM/2/42Letter from Alexander Aubert, Austin Friars, to Sir Joseph Banks22 August 1787
DM/2/144Candidates certificate in favour of John Bernouilli being elected to the Fellowship18th century
RSL/3/3Letter from Alex Aubert, Highbury, to Sir Joseph Banks7 November 1799
EC/1772/04Aubert, Alexander: certificate of election to the Royal Society
NLB/37/558Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Major P [Percy Alexander] MacMahon, Fellow of the Royal Society6 April 1908
L&P/6/138Paper, 'A method of finding time by equal altitudes' by Alexander Aubert1775
L&P/6/260Paper, 'Of the prismatic micrometer; with certificates by Alexander Aubert and Peter Dolland' by Nevil Maskelyne1777
L&P/8/51Letter, 'Of the same meteor' from Alexander Aubert to unknown recipient6 November 1783
L&P/12/64Letter, 'The meteor of 13 November' from Henry Lawson to Alexander Aubert17 November 1803
L&P/12/7Letter, 'Observations of Cere Ferdinandea at Highbury House, 9 February 1802' from Alexander Aubert to Joseph Banks9 February 1802
AP/6/6/1Unpublished manuscript, 'Dissertazione su di un nuovo ritrovato, per corregere le alterazioni, che produce l'aria negli orologi da sacca' ['Essay on a new invention to correct alterations produced by air in pocket watches'] by Tomaso Felicetti28 June 1789
L&P/6/257Paper, 'Report on the graduation of thermometers' by the Royal Society Commitee1777
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