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Authorised form of nameMazeas; Guillaume (1720 - 1775)
Dates1720 - 1775
Date of birth02 August 1720
Date of death13 September 1775
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election28/05/1752
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
References:
A P Segalen 'Un savant leonard au 18e siecle: Guillaume Mazeas' (Landerneau, 1720 - Vannes, 1775) 'Bull. Soc. Archeologique du Finistere', 115, 1986, 349-364.
Notes:
Pogg wrongly dates 1712-1776. In addition to the above-named proposers, the following partially legible names appear beneath the citation in a column on the right:
LemalDucde...(?), Gervaize Regia Navarra Summus moderator, de Sartigue (?) regiae societatis Navarricae doctor Theologus. On the left of the certificate is written: 'E regia Scientiarum Academia parisiensi et Societate regia Londinensi'. And on the right is: 'e regia Societate Navarrica'.
Royal Society codeNA7064
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/2/416Paper, 'Observations sur l'art de conserver les ouvrages de peinture qui menacent ruine' [English translation] by Guilleaume Mazeas1753
L&P/2/546Letter, 'On toxicodendron' from Guilleaum Mazeas to Stephen Hales16 August 1754
L&P/2/414Letter, 'Observations sur l'art de conserver les ouvrages de peinture qui menacent ruine [Observations on the art of preserving painting works that threaten ruin]' from Guilleaume Mazeas to Stephen Hales1753
L&P/2/582Letter, 'Upon a new Lampyris, a shining insect' from Guilleaume Mazeas to Stephen Hales27 September 1754
L&P/2/327Letter, 'On the repetition of Frankin's Philadelphia experiment at St Germain' from Guillaume Mazeas to Stephen Hales12 July 1752
L&P/2/324Letter, 'On the repetition of Frankin's Philadelphia experiment at St Germain' from Guillaume Mazeas to Stephen Hales20 May 1752
L&P/2/328Letter, 'On the repetition of Frankin's Philadelphia experiment at St Germain' from Guillaume Mazeas to Stephen Hales29 August 1752
L&P/2/342Paper, 'Of conducting atmospheric electricity by un fil de fer' by Guilleaume Mazeas 1752
L&P/2/291Letter, 'Sur les coleurs engendres par le frottement des surfaces planes et transparentes [On the colors caused by the friction of flat and transparent surfaces]' from Guileaume Mazeas to Stephen Hales1 September 1751
L&P/2/325Letter, 'On the repetition of Frankin's Philadelphia experiment at St Germain' from Guillaume Mazeas to Stephen Hales14 June 1752
L&P/3/170Letter, 'Count de Caylus's revival of wax painting' from Guillaume Mazeas to the Royal Society [English translation]17 November 1755
L&P/2/326Letter, 'On the repetition of Frankin's Philadelphia experiment at St Germain' from Guillaume Mazeas to Stephen Hales29 June 1752
L&P/2/329Letter, 'On the repetition of Frankin's Philadelphia experiment at St Germain [English translation]' from Guillaume Mazeas to Stephen Hales20 May 1752
L&P/3/140Paper, 'Of Count de la Garaye's styptic for stopping bleeding in amputations' by Guilliaume Mazeas1756
L&P/3/166Letter, 'A newsletter from Paris dated 17 November 1755. Refers to comte de Caylus's method of painting in wax; deplores coming war' from Guillaume Mazeas to the Royal Society [French original]17 November 1755
L&P/2/464Letter, 'Experiments on atmospheric electricty' from Guilleaume Mazeas to Stephen Hales2 October 1753
EC/1752/06Mazeas, Guillaume: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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