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Authorised form of nameAllamand; Johann Nicholaus Sebastian (1713 - 1787)
Other forms of surnameAllemand
Dates1713 - 1787
Date of birth18 September 1713
Date of death02 March 1787
Research fieldNatural history
ActivityProfessor of philosophy at the University of Franeker (1747-1749); Professor of mathematics and philosophy at the University of Leiden (1749-1784); curator of and benefactor to the cabinet of natural history at the University of Leiden.
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election22/01/1747
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA3651
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1746/14Allamand, Johann Nicholaus Sebastian: certificate of election to the Royal Society22 January 1747
MM/4/8Letter proposing Dr Gleditsch for Foreign Membership of the Royal Society30 December 1765
L&P/3/125Letter, 'Of the earthquake in Holland on Feb 18' from J N S Allemand to Abraham Trembley1756
L&P/3/171Letter, 'Of earthquakes at Maestricht from 18 Feb to April' from Vernede to J N S Allemand1 May 1756
L&P/3/61Letter, 'Extract from a letter to A. Trembley' from Johann Nicholaus Sebastian Allemand to Abraham Trembley9 December 1755
L&P/3/65Letter, 'Extract from a letter to A. Trembley [English translation]' from Johann Nicholaus Sebastian Allemand to Abraham Trembley9 December 1755
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