Authorised form of nameMountaine; William (- 1779)
Dates - 1779
Date of death02 May 1779
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election14/03/1751
Bulloch's Roll
Richard Sorrenson, 'Towards a History of the Royal Society in the Eighteenth Century' in NR 1996 vol 50 pp 29-46
Royal Society codeNA593
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/2/370Letter, 'Of fluxions' from James Dodson to William Mountaine1753
NLB/55/193Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Lieutenant] Hugh Clausen09 January 1918
L&P/3/306Letter, 'Varitation chart for 1756' from William Mountaine to the Royal Society13 April 1758
L&P/3/399Letter, 'Extraordinary effects of lightning' from William Mountaine to Gowin Knight28 September 1759
EC/1750/16Mountaine, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/4/337Paper, 'On the variation of the magnetic needle as observed on board H M S Montagu, 1760-62 by David Ross' by William Mountaine20 May 1766
L&P/4/150Letter, 'In defense of Mercator's chart' from William Mountaine to Charles Morton26 January 1763
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