Authorised form of nameEyles-Stiles; Sir; Francis Haskins (- 1762)
Other forms of nameSir Francis Haskins Eyles-
Sir Francis Hoskins Eyles-
Francis Eyles
Other forms of surnameStiles
Dates - 1762
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election10/03/1743
Bulloch's Roll
AltName Hoskins from Record
Royal Society codeNA5347
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MS/96Paper, 'An explanation of the modes or tones in the Antient Graecian Music', by Sir Francis Haskins Eyles-Stiles 1759
L&P/4/44Letter, 'The eruption of Vesuvius' from Francis Haskins Eyles Stiles to Daniel Wray29 December 1760
L&P/3/230Letter, 'Of an earthquake shock at Naples, 11 Oct 1756' from Isaac Jamineau to Francis Haskins Eyles Stiles26 October 1757
L&P/3/413Paper, 'Of modes of tones in the ancient Graecian music' by Francis Haskins Eyles Stiles1759
L&P/4/42Letter, 'Of an eruption of Mount Vesuvius' from Francis Haskins Eyles Stiles to Philip Carteret Webb23 December 1760
L&P/4/287Letter, 'On the sexes of plants' from Francis Haskins Eyles Stiles to Daniel Wray29 December 1761
L&P/4/276Letter, 'Of new glasses for microscopes made at Naples by de Torre' from Francis Haskins Eyles Stiles to Daniel Wray1765
L&P/4/278Letter, 'Of the impregnation of vegetables' from Francis Haskins Eyles Stiles to Daniel Wray1765
EC/1742/35Eyles-Stiles, Sir Francis Haskins: certificate of election to the Royal Society10 March 1743
L&P/2/528Letter, 'The earthquake at Montserrat, described by Mrs Rowlands' from Francis Haskins Eyles Stiles to the Royal Society2 July 1754
L&P/4/18Letter, 'Of the labour of certain bees' from Francis Haskins Eyles Stiles to Daniel Wray11 June 1760
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