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Authorised form of nameMaty; Paul Henry (1745 - 1787)
SurnameMaty
ForenamesPaul Henry
Dates1745 - 1787
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
London, England (1745)
Death:
16 January 1787
Burial:
Bunhill Fields, London
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
16/05/1771
Council:
For Sec 1772-1774; Sec 1778-1784
RelationshipsSon of Matthew Maty (FRS 1751)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Royal Society codeNA403
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1771/05Maty, Paul Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society07 February 1771
MM/1/33Letter from Sir Joseph Banks, Soho Square29 March 1784
RSL/1/42Letter from Jonathon Watson, Bury St Edmonds, to Rev Dr Marty23 August 1783
MM/1/35Copy of a Resolution from Nine Fellows of the Royal Society, deprecating Presidential influence in the election of Fellowsc.1784
RSL/1/47Letter from P Wilson, Glasgow, to Dr Henry Maty8 November 1781
CB/4/6/2Scientific papers collected by Charles Blagden1780-1819
MS/391/138Bond of Paul Henry Maty to the Treasurer of the Royal Society30 May 1771
L&P/7/264Letter, 'Of some remarkable electrical phenomena' by Joseph Priestley to Paul Henry Maty14 October 1775
L&P/7/216Letter, 'On the comet' by William Herschel to Paul Henry Maty24 June 1781
L&P/7/235Letter, 'Correction for paper on solar spots' from Alexander Wilson to Paul Henry Maty6 December 1782
L&P/7/175Letter, 'A piece of wood which had resisted the pernicious action of salt-water worms' from John Senhouse to John Henry Maty16 October 1780
L&P/7/258Letter, 'Headaches in persons with head-burdens' from Jonathan Watson to Paul Henry Maty2 May 1782
L&P/7/259/1Letter, 'The influence of the vegetable on the animal kingdom' by John Ingenhousz to Paul Henry Maty1782
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