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Authorised form of nameMiller; John Fletcher (1816 - 1856)
Dates1816 - 1856
Date of birth20 June 1816
Date of death14 July 1856
Research fieldMeteorology; climatology
ActivityCareer:
Merchant
Memberships:
FRAS
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election06/06/1850
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Notes:
Brougham and John Davy have both signed twice, under both 'From General Knowledge' and 'From Personal Knowledge' (Davy has signed the latter as 'J Davy')
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/54929366
Royal Society codeNA5835
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MC/4Volume 4 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1844-1850
EC/1850/16Miller, John Fletcher: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/34/17On the Meteorology of the English Lake District 1853
AP/33/18On the Meteorology of the English Lake District, including the Results of Experiments on the Fall of Rain at various heights up to 3166 feet above the Sea28 February 1852
MC/5Volume 5 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1851-1858
MS/426/411Notes of a letter to J F [John Fletcher] Miller Esq, Whitehaven25 March 1850
RR/2/158Referee's report by John Phillips, on a paper 'On the meteorology of the Lake District of Cumberland and Westmoreland, including the results of experiments on the fall of rain at various heights, up to 3166 feet above the sea-level.—Fourth paper, for the year 1850' by John Fletcher Miller17 April 1851
RR/2/161Referee's report by John Phillips, on a paper 'On the meteorology of the English Lake District, including the results of observations on the fall of rain at various heights, up to 3166 feet above the sea-level' by John Fletcher Miller30 May 1852
PT/40/7Paper, 'On the meteorology of the Lake District of Cumberland and Westmoreland [Westmorland], including the results of experiments on the fall of rain at various heights, up to 3166 feet above the sea level' by John Fletcher Miller6 February 1851
PT/42/13Paper, 'On the meteorology of the Lake District of Cumberland and Westmoreland [Westmorland]; with a continuation of the results of experiments on the fall of rain at various heights, up to 3166 feet above above [sic] the sea level' by John Fletcher Miller11 February 1850
PT/40/6Paper, 'On the relation of the air and evaporation temperatures, to the temperature of the dew point, as determined by Mr Glaisher's hygrometrical tables, founded on the factors deduced from the six hourly observations made at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich' by John Fletcher Miller20 October 1849
MS/426/458Note of a letter from [the Secretaries of] the Royal Society; to J F [John Fletcher] Miller, Whitehaven 31 January 1852
MS/426/273Copy letter from C R [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to J F [John Fletcher] Miller, Esq, Whitehaven2 April 1847
MS/426/376Copy letter from C R [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; J F [John Fletcher] Miller, Whitehaven17 May 1849
PT/35/5/2Plate, 'Map of the lakes of Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire' by unknown mapmaker[1848]
MS/426/451Note of a letter from [the Secretaries of] the Royal Society; to various individuals20 June 1851
RR/2/160Referee's report by William Henry Sykes, on a paper 'On the meteorology of the English Lake District, including the results of observations on the fall of rain at various heights, up to 3166 feet above the sea-level' by John Fletcher Miller15 May 1852
MS/426/455Copy letter from C R [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to J F [John Fletcher] Miller20 January 1852
AP/31/11Some Remarks on a paper entitled "On the depth of Rain which falls in the same localities at different altitudes in the Hilly districts of Lancashire, Cheshire etc" by SC Homershaw8 September 1848
RR/2/159Referee's report by William Henry Sykes, on a paper 'On the meteorology of the Lake District of Cumberland and Westmoreland, including the results of experiments on the fall of rain at various heights, up to 3166 feet above the sea-level.—Fourth paper, for the year 1850' by John Fletcher Miller26 July 1851
PT/35/12Paper, 'On the meteorology of the Lake District of Cumberland and Westmoreland [Westmorland] including the results of experiments on the fall of rain at various heights, up to 3166 feet above the sea level' by John Fletcher Miller6 February 1849
PT/35/5Paper, 'On the meteorology of the Lake District of Cumberland and Westmoreland' by John Fletcher Miller15 March 1848
MC/4/245Letter from [John Fletcher] Miller, Whitehaven, to the [Marquis of Northampton] President of the Royal Society and to the Council30 June 1848
MC/4/250Letter from John Fletcher Miller, Whitehaven, to Colonel [William Henry] Sykes13 July 1848
MC/4/251Letter from [John Fletcher] Miller, Whitehaven, to [Charles Richard] Weld, [Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]13 July 1848
MC/5/86Letter from J F [John Fletcher] Miller, Whitehaven, to C R [Charles Richard] Weld, [Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]28 February 1853
PT/35/5/1Manuscript, 'On the meteorology of the Lake District of Cumberland and Westmoreland' by John Fletcher Miller15 March 1848
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