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Authorised form of nameHenly; William (fl 1773)
Other forms of nameHenley, William
SurnameHenly
ForenamesWilliam
Datesfl 1773
ActivityResearch Field:
Electricity
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
20/05/1773
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Authority:
Altname from DNB
References:
Douglas McKie, 'Priestley's Laboratory and Library and Other of his Effects' in NR 1956-57 vol 12 pp 114-136
Notes:
Last on PL in 1779.
Royal Society codeNA7193
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/7/55Paper, 'On Ingenhousz's theory of the electrophorus' by William Henly1778
L&P/6/180Paper, 'On a new apparatus for perpetual electricity' by William Henly4 March 1776
L&P/6/177/1Letter, 'Of hygrometers' from John Coventry to William Henly19 February 1776
L&P/6/251Paper, 'New and singular phenomena of electricity' by William Henly1777
L&P/6/216/1Letter, 'Account of some electrical experiments and of an atmospheric electrometer' from Tiberius Cavallo to William Henly13 November 1776
L&P/7/62Letter, 'A cure of St Vitus Dance by electricity' from Anthony Fothergill to William Henly20 October 1778
L&P/6/219Paper, 'On electricity' by William Henly1776
L&P/7/45Letter, 'Of putrefaction hastened by electricity; and observation by Mr Lind' from William Henly to John Pringle13 May 1778
L&P/7/3Letter, 'A cure of muscular contraction by electricity' from Miles Partington to William Henly12 June 1777
L&P/7/26Papers, 'An accident by lightning at Purfleet' by Edward Nickson, Benjamin Wilson, William Henly, Edward Nairne, Timothy Lane, John Boddington and Joseph Planta19 June 1777
L&P/6/113Letter, 'On the effects of lightning on a house' from Richard Haffenden to William Henly1775
L&P/6/174Letters, 'Effects of lightning on a bullock' from James Lambert and William Green to William Henly10 October 1775
EC/1773/13Henly, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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