Authorised form of nameStack; Thomas (- 1756)
Dates - 1756
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election26/01/1738
Royal Society activityRoyal Society roles:
For Sec 1748-1751
Bulloch's Roll
P Fontes da Costa, 'The Culture of Curiosity at The Royal Society in the first half of the eighteenth century', NR 2002 vo l56 pp 147-166
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA5443
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/1/127Letter, 'Mrs Stephen's dissolvements of the stone' from John Huxham to Thomas Stack1742
L&P/1/17Letter, 'Anology between English weights and measures' from W Barlow to Thomas Stack14 July 1741
RBO/21/10'An Account of an uncommon Aurora Borealis (or red light)' by Thomas Stack1737
RBO/21/23Thomas Stack's account of a tract about the insect 'culices' (gnats or lice) 1738
LBO/20/42Copy letter from Andrew Cantwell of Montpellier to Thomas Stack23 June 1732
LBO/21/95Copy letter from Dr Cantwell, Paris, to Thomas StackApril 1735
LBO/21/114Copy letter from Monsieur Hunault, Paris, to Thomas Stack24 June 1735
LBO/24/5Copy letter from Monsieur Hunauld, Paris, to Thomas Stack23 September 1737
LBO/20/99Copy letter from Thomas Stack to Hans Sloane8 January 1734
CLP/4ii/6/2Diagrams, tables by Peter van Muschenbroek1729
L&P/1/251Letter, 'As to the sham feathered egg shown on Thursday last' from Thomas Stack to John Machin16 January 1743
CLP/4ii/6/3Diagrams, snowflakes and a table by Peter van Muschenbroek1729
CLP/22ii/81Paper, Abstract from meteorological diaries of Dr [John] Huxham by Thomas Stacknd
CLP/22ii/45Paper, Account of Caspar Neumann's 'De ambra grysea [Of ambergris]' by Thomas Stack18th century
RBO/17/29'Some account of the experiments made on the distilled water of Lauro-cerasus from a letter of Andrew Cantwell to Thomas Stack1732
RBO/16/42'An account of a monstrous Boy' in a letter from Andrew Cantwell to Thomas Stack1731
EC/1737/13Stack, Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society26 January 1738
CLP/2/39aTranslation, 'A proposal for the measurement of the earth in Russia' by [Joseph Nicholas] de l'Isle[1737]
CLP/12ii/58Translation of a letter, 'Sir Hans Sloane's letter to the Marquis de Caumont, concerning this stone' by Hans Sloane[1730s]
CLP/12ii/58/1Manuscript translation of a letter, 'Sir Hans Sloane's letter to the Marquis de Caumont, concerning this stone' by Hans Sloane[1730s]
CLP/10ii/18Paper, 'Nova literaria physico-medica curiosa containing a description of the cereus which flower'd at Norimberg in the year 1730' by Jo [Johann] George Steigertahl20 December 1730
L&P/2/229Letter, 'Of a body in a vault of Staverton Church, Devon' from John Huxham and Nicholas Tripe to Thomas Stack29 June 1750
CLP/22ii/79Paper, 'Introduction to the Ephemerides of the Royal Academy of Madrid containing some account of the Institution of that Academy' by Francis Fernandez Navarette1738
CLP/4ii/6Paper, 'Meteorological barometrical, thermometrical, epidemical and magnetical ephemerides' by Peter van Muschenbroek1729
CLP/4ii/6/1Manuscript, 'Meteorological barometrical, thermometrical, epidemical and magnetical ephemerides' by Peter van Muschenbroek1729
CLP/22ii/75Paper, Account of Carl Linnaeus' 'Systema Naturae' by Thomas Stack[1738]
CLP/12ii/59Letter, 'Containing the description of a very extraordinary stone or calculus taken out of the bladder of a man after death' from the Marquis de Caumont [Joseph de Seytres] to Hans Sloane30 June 1732
RBO/14/125Account by Thomas Stack of a treatise entitled 'De Ambra grysea' by Caspar Neuman1730
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