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Authorised form of nameWeidler; Johann Friedrich (? 1691 - 1755); mathematician and astronomer
Other forms of nameWeidler, Johannes Fridericus
SurnameWeidler
ForenamesJohann Friedrich
Dates? 1691 - 1755
Dates and placesBirth:
23 April 1691, or 1692
Death:
30 November 1755
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
9/11/1732
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA6780
Archives associated with this Fellow
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EL/W4/10Translation of Johann Weidler's observations of parhelia witnessed at Wittemberg in Saxony on 31 December 1735 and 11 January 17361736
EL/W4/14Translation of a letter from Johann Weidler, dated at Wittemberg, to Cromwell Mortimer1736
EL/W4/13Johann Weidler, dated at Wittemberg, to Hans Sloane11 December 1732
EL/W4/11Johann Weidler to Cromwell Mortimer25 October 1736
EL/W4/20Observations of a partial lunar eclipse at Wittemberg in Saxony on 2 October 1735 by Johann Weidler1735
EL/W4/22Meteorological observations by Johann Weidler1736
EL/W4/23Observations of the partial solar eclipse on 18 February 1737 at Wittemberg in Saxony by Johann Weidler1737
EL/W3/154Extracts of some letters from Johann Weidler, professor of mathematics in the University of Wittenberg, to Dr Steigertahl1732
EL/W4/21Observations of the total lunar eclipse on 9 September 1736 at Wittemberg in Saxony by Johann Weidler1736
EL/W4/9Johann Weidler's observations of parhelia (mock suns) witnessed at Wittemberg in Saxony on 31 December 1735 and 11 January 17361735
EL/S2/74Conrad Sprengell, dated at Bloomsbury Square, to Cromwell Mortimer13 March 1732
EL/W4/19Astronomical observations by Johann Weidler1735
EL/W4/3Translation of a letter from Johann Weidler, dated at Wittemberg, to Cromwell Mortimer1738
RBO/17/24Account of the aurora borealis from J Frider. Weidler's meteorological journal1732
EL/W4/8Translation of a letter from Johann Weidler, dated at Wittemberg, to Cromwell Mortimer1736
RBO/14/72Observations of the lunar eclipse on 9 August 1729 at Witteberg from J F Weidler to Hans Sloane1729
RBO/14/106'An account of a Treatise intitled: Jo Frider Weidleri Observationes meteorologicae et Astronomicae Annorum 1728 et 1729' by William Rutty1729
RBO/21/48Account of a tract by J Weidler on the parhelia (mock suns) witnessed at Wittemberg1738
RBO/15/24Occultation of Venus by the Moon from the meteorological diary of J F Weidler1729
MM/20/33Letter from Johann Friedrich Weidler to Cromwell Mortimer, Secretary, Royal Society2 February 1738
MM/20/31Letter from Johann Friedrich Weidler to Cromwell Mortimer, Secretary, Royal Society17/28 October 1736
LBO/23/51Copy letter from John Weidler, Wittemberg, to Cromwell Mortimer1 January 1737
CLP/8ii/22Paper, observations of the occultation of Venus by the moon by J WeidlerNovember 1729
L&P/1/300Paper, 'Of the antiquity of figures' by Johann Friedrich Weidler1744
L&P/1/300/1Letter, 'Of the antiquity of figures' from Johann Friedrich Weidler to the Royal Society1744
L&P/2/435Paper, 'An account of Johann Friedrich Weidler's book De ortu astronomiae' by William Stukeley21 February 1753
L&P/2/446Paper, 'An account of Institutiones geomertricae subterraneae (1751)' by Johann Friedrich Weidler1753
CLP/4ii/8Paper, 'Of the phaenomena of the northern lights observed for some months past at Wittenberg taken from his meteorological journal' by J F [Johann Friedrich] Weidler1 December 1731
CLP/4ii/13Paper, description of the aurora borealis at Wittemberg by John F Weidler18 February 1732
CLP/4ii/14Paper, translation of J F Weidler's description of the aurora borealis at Wittemberg 1732
CLP/8ii/29Paper, a type of solar eclipse observed on 15 July 1730 at Witteberg by J Weidler1730
CLP/22ii/39Paper, Account of 'Observationes meteorologicae et astronomicae... [Meteorological and astronomical observations]' by [Johann Friedrich] Weidler1730
CLP/8ii/23Paper, occultation of the Venus by the moon on 29 September 1729 extracted from J F Weidler's diary 1729
CLP/8ii/17Paper, observations of the total lunar eclipse witnessed on 9 August 1729 in Witteberg by J F Weidler1729
MM/20/32Letter from Johann Friedrich Weidler to Cromwell Mortimer, Secretary, Royal Society1 January 1737
EL/S2/73Conrad Sprengell, dated at Bloomsbury Square, to Cromwell Mortimer5 July 1731
RBO/18/58Scheme to show solar eclipses by J F Weidler1733
RBO/15/28Observations of the solar eclipse on 15 July 1730 by J F Weidler1730
CLP/4ii/10Paper, scheme of the solar eclipse by J F Weidler2 May 1733
EL/W4/11aTranslation of a letter from Johann Weidler, dated at Wittemberg, to Cromwell Mortimer1737
EC/1732/05Weidler, Johann Friedrich: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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