Authorised form of nameWright; Thomas (fl 1735); astronomer, Architect and Antiquary
Datesfl 1735
Royal Society activityMembership:
Note on certificate: 'Ballotted & rejected 32 Negatives 23 Affirmatives' April 24 1735
Possibly Thomas Wright (1711-1786) as described in DNB
Royal Society codeNA6563
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1735/07Wright, Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/1/63Letters, 'Of the late comet' from W Ramsay, Thomas Wright and John Bevis to Martin Folkes25 February 1741
L&P/1/352Paper, 'Of two ancient camps in Buckland Castle, Hants' by Thomas Wright12 January 1744
L&P/1/65b/1Letters, 'On the comet of 1741' from Thomas Wright to James Theobald11 March 1742
L&P/1/65bLetters and illustrations, 'On the comet of 1741' from Thomas Wright to James Theobald11 March 1742
NLB/65/66Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Major F. M. Lowe; Elswick Works, Newcastle on Tyne21 July 1923
L&P/1/65b/2Plates, 'Graphical constructions of the comet's geocentric motion' by Thomas Wright[1742]
L&P/3/330Paper, 'A memorial pillar in Glamorgan inscribed BODVOC HIC IACIT' by Thomas Wright6 November 1758
L&P/5/119Letter, 'Astronomical observations near Quebec' from Thomas Wright to Nevil Maskelyne15 July 1769
CLP/8ii/45Paper, 'Variation of the polar stars determin'd in observing the hour of the night' by Thomas Wright1734
L&P/6/21Paper, 'Immersions and emersions of the first satellite of Jupiter observed in the island of Anticosti, with deductions by the Astronomer Royal' by Thomas Wright1773
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