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Authorised form of nameSlare; Frederick (c 1647 - 1727)
Other forms of nameSlear, Frederick
SurnameSlare
ForenamesFrederick
Datesc 1647 - 1727
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Northamptonshire, England (c 1647)
Death:
12 September 1727
Burial:
In the cemetery adjoining Greenwich churchyard, London
ActivityProfession:
Physician
Research Field:
Chemistry
Education:
Utrecht; MD (1679); Incorporated at Oxford (1680); Incorporated at Cambridge (1681)
Career:
Practised in London; retired to Bath because of a 'pituitous cough … due to the thick London air' (1715)
Memberships:
FRCP (1685); Society for the Propagation of the Gospel
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
16/12/1680
Proposers:
Theodore Haak
Council:
1682, 1684, 1687-1688, 1690, 1693, 1699; Chemistry Curator (1683)
General contextFoster describes him as 'Palatino Germanus' although it states that he was born in Northamptonshire.
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB; Hunter; Foster; Innes Smith
References:
Marie Boas Hall, 'Frederick Slare, FRS (1648-1727)' in NR 1992 vol 46 pp 23-41
Royal Society codeNA4607
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EL/F2/5George Francus, dated at Wittenberg, to Frederick Slare1694
CLP/11i/34Paper, 'A short account of some experiments made with saliva humana' by Frederick Slare[1680s]
CLP/15i/42Observations of the bird 'Upupa' by Dr Slare nd
CLP/11i/29Paper, 'Of vegetable salts' by Dr [Frederick] Slare[1685]
EL/S2/40Frederick Slare to Hans Sloanend
EL/W3/61Wincler, Chief Physician to the Prince Palatine, to Frederick Slare22 December 1682
EL/S2/36Frederick Slare, dated at Bath, to Hans Sloane15 June 1713
CLP/11i/30Paper, 'The qualifications necessary to make a body volatile taken out of Mr [Robert] Boyle's mechanical origine of volatility' by Dr [Frederick] Slare[1680s]
EL/S2/37Frederick Slare, dated at Bath, to Hans Sloane10 February 1714
RBO/7/45'An Account of a Ruminateing Man lately liveing at Bristol' given to the Royal Society by Frederick Slarend
RBO/7/66Tables showing the numbers of marriages, christenings, burials in 1695 in Frankfurt on the Maine by Frederick Slare1695
RBO/6/1'A Discourse about the Calculus Humanus' made by Frederick Slare12 December 1683
RBO/6/83'Dr Slare's Observations about the Smelling Water at Hogsdon'1685
RBO/6/7'Experiments about Freezing' by Frederick Slarend
CLP/11i/22Paper, 'Of oyl of vitr [vitriol]' by Dr [Frederick] Slare1683
CLP/9i/38Paper, 'Experiments of Irish slate' by Dr [Frederick] Slare1680s
RBO/6/84Account by Frederick Slare1685
CLP/11i/25Paper, 'Experiments' by Dr [Frederick] Slare[1683]
CLP/11i/39Paper, 'An experiment made before the President and fellows of the Royal Society in which a surprizeing change of color from a pale transparent or clear liquor to a very blew ceruleous one was exhibited, and that in an instant, by the admission of aire only: applyd to illustrate some changes of colour, and other effects on the blood of respiring animals' by Fr [Frederick] Slare[1693]
CLP/11i/23Paper, 'The analogy betwixt lightning and the phosphorus under water' by Dr [Frederick] Slarend
CLP/11i/32Paper, 'A short examen of the stones sent the R [Royal] Society from Boarne, whereof an account is given in the last Transaction' by Frederick Slare[1686]
RBO/6/82'A short Account of some Experiments made with Saliva Humana' by Frederick Slare18 November 1685
CLP/11i/33Paper, 'A farther triall of the said stones by chymicall distillation' by [Frederick Slare][1687]
CLP/9i/37Paper, 'Experiments of Dr Slare' by [Frederick] Slare25 April 1683
CLP/11ii/12Paper, 'Remarks lately publish'd in Germany by an anonimous [sic] author concerning Pyrmont waters in answer to a treatise wrote by Dr Slare' by unknown author1726
RBO/6/61'Dr Slare's Discovery of an uncommon Concrete found in the Distillation of Vegetables'25 February 1684
RBO/6/11Experiments by Frederick Slare 28 March 1683
CLP/11i/35Paper, 'On the zaffora' by Frederick Slare[1685]
IM/004216Slare, Frederick1995
CLP/23ii/71Letter, from Dr [Frederick] Slare7 June 1727
LBO/16/33Copy letter from Frederick Slare, Bath, to Hans Sloane10 February 1713/1714
LBO/15/10Copyletter from Frederick Slare, Bath, to Hans Sloane15 June 1713
CLP/22i/27Paper, Account of 'Chrysaejae magister' by Frederick Slare17th century
CLP/4i/46Paper, 'Experiments about freezing' read by Dr [Frederick] Slare26 March 1684
CLP/11i/26Paper, 'About the volatile salt of humn [human] blood and the bark' by Dr [Frederick] Slare[1683]
RBO/6/81'Dr Slare Experiments made on the Mineral Kobalt in Order to the discovering the Nature of Zaffer'15 July 1685
CLP/11i/24Paper, regarding a chemical analysis of urine of a healthy man by Dr [Frederick] Slare[1683]
CLP/11i/29/1Paper, 'Of vegetable salts' by Dr [Frederick] Slare[1685]
CLP/11i/29/2Plate, uncommon concrete by [Frederick Slare][1685]
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