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Authorised form of nameMusgrave; Samuel (1732 - 1780)
Dates1732 - 1780
NationalityBritish
Place of birthWashfield, Devon, England
Date of birth29 September 1732
Place of deathHart Street, Bloomsbury, London
Date of death04 July 1780
Dates and placesBurial:
Burial-ground of St George, Bloomsbury, London
ActivityEducation:
AB (1753) AM (1756) Corpus Christi College, Oxford; MD (1763, Leyden); MD (Oxford)
Career:
Radcliffe Travelling Fellow; settled in Exeter, then Plymouth
Memberships:
FCP (1776)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election12/06/1760
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
References:
A D Atkinson, 'Dr Johnson and the Royal Society' in NR 1953 vol 10 pp 131-138
Royal Society codeNA3506
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/6/170Letter, 'Concerning some oysters' from Richard Rosdew to Samuel Musgrave5 May 1776
L&P/5/151Paper, 'Of the late transit of Venus' by Samuel Musgrave1770
L&P/7/51/1Paper, 'Reasons for dissenting from the report of the committee appointed to consider Mr Wilson's paper' by Samuel Musgrave1778
L&P/6/165Letter, 'Of blindness from eating certain oysters' from Samuel Musgrave to John Pringle7 March 1776
L&P/7/51/2Plate, 'Apparatus for electrical experiment' by Samuel Musgrave1778
EC/1760/07Musgrave, Samuel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/6/256Letter, 'Of growing pineapples' from William Bastard to Samuel Musgrave14 April 1776
L&P/7/51Paper, 'Reasons for dissenting from the report of the committee appointed to consider Mr Wilson's paper' by Samuel Musgrave1778
L&P/7/97Appendix, 'Reasons for dissenting from the report of the committee appointed to consider Mr Wilson's paper' by Samuel Musgrave1779
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