Authorised form of nameScheuchzer; John Caspar (1702 - 1729)
Dates1702 - 1729
Place of birthSwitzerland
Date of birth1702
Place of deathSir Hans Sloane's house, London
Date of death10 April 1729
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election07/05/1724
Royal Society activityRoyal Society roles:
For Sec 1728
RelationshipsSon of Johann Jakob Scheuchzer (FRS 1703)
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Royal Society codeNA562
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
RBO/13/24Concerning the eye with a cataract from a letter of Dr Walthier Rhaeti to Dr Scheuchzer1727
EL/S2/60Translation of a letter from John Scheuchzer, dated at Zurich, to Hans Sloane6 November 1731
RBO/11/105John G Scheuchzer's account of a book entitled 'Prodromus Crystallographiae De Crystallis improprie...' by Antonio Cappeter1724
RBO/13/42Account of fungus from the distilled water of plants by J Scheuchzer1728
EL/S2/88Several observations sent by John Scheuchzernd
RBO/13/20'An account of Several Stones taken out of the Stomach of a horse' by Dr Scheuchzer 1727
EL/S2/85Account of a woman who was bitten by a chaplain and died sent by John Scheuchzer to Hans Sloanend
RBO/12/57'Account of some Papers relating to the Philosopher's Stone sent from Riga to the Royal Society drawn up by John Gaspar Scheuchzer1725
EL/S2/83Account of three earthquakes in Switzerland in 1728 and 1729 by John Scheuchzer to Hans Sloanend
RBO/13/1Discussing the lower abdomen of a small female animal by J G Scheuchzer1727
RBO/13/94'Remarks on the height of Mountains in general and those of Swisserland [Switzerland] in particular; with an account of the Rise of some of the most considerable Rivers of Europe' by J G Scheuchzer1727
RBO/13/23'An account of the Cinnamon Tree in Ceylon and its several Sorts communicated by the Chief Inspector of the Cinnamon Trade and manufacture in that Island to Albertus Seba, a noted Druggist at Amsterdam'1727
RBO/14/15'The Bills of Mortality in Several parts of Europe for the years 1724 and 1725 Extracted from Acta Breslaviensia by J G Scheuchzer'1728
CLP/4i/80Paper, 'Astronomical passage of a lumen boreale observed near Bologna March 14 1727' by Eustachio Manfredi1728
CLP/22ii/16Paper, Account of [Antonio] Benevoli's 'Nuova proposizione intorno alla caruncola dell'uretra detta carnosita [New proposition around the caruncle of the urethra called carnosita]' by [John Gaspar] Scheuchzer[1725]
CLP/22ii/21Paper, 'Case of the delivery of a human foetus through the anus from "Relazione di Nicolo Patuna...."' translated by [John Gaspar] Scheuchzer1728
CLP/22ii/14Paper, 'Account of some papers relating to the Philosophers stone sent from Riga to the Royal Society' communicated by [John Gaspar] Scheuchzer[1725]
CLP/22ii/11Paper, Account of [Moritz Anton] Cappeller's 'Prodromus Crystallographiae de crystallis improprie sic dictis... [The forerunner of crytallograpy concerning improperly called rock crystal]' by [John Gaspar] Scheuchzer[1724]
CLP/22ii/10Paper, Account of Dominic Bottoni's 'De immani trinacriae terrae motu; idea historico-physica.... [Concerning the immense Sicilian earthquakes; historical-physical philosophy]' by [John Gaspar] Scheuchzer[1724]
CLP/8i/62Paper, observations of a lunar eclipse witnessed on 17 April 1707 by John Jacob Scheuchzer and John Gaspar Scheuchzer1707
EL/S2/87Extract of a letter from John Scheuchzer to Hans Sloane1730
EL/S2/86John Scheuchzer to Hans Sloane1730
RBO/13/93'The Barometrical Method of measuring the height of Mountains with two new Tables shewing the height of the Atmosphere at given Altitudes of Mercury. Extracted chiefly from the Observations of John James Scheuchzer by John Gaspar Scheuchzer'1728
EL/S2/81Account of the baths at Baden by John Scheuchzer to Hans Sloanend
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