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Authorised form of nameMilner; Isaac (1750 - 1820)
SurnameMilner
ForenamesIsaac
Dates1750 - 1820
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Leeds, Yorkshire, England (11 January 1750)
Death:
Queens' College Chapel, Cambridge (01 April 1820)
ActivityEducation:
Queen's College, Cambridge (entered 1770); BD (1786)
Career:
Weaver; Usher in a school taught by his brother (1768); ordained deacon (1775); ordained priest (1777); Rector of St Botolph, Cambridge (1778-1792); First Jacksonian Professor of Natural Philosophy, Cambridge; President of Queen's College (1788); Dean of Carlisle (1791); Vice Chancellor of Cambridge (1792); Lucasian Professor of Mathematics (1798)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
15/06/1780
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Royal Society codeNA7246
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/003111Milner, Isaacnd
MM/3/67Letter from Isaac Milner, Westminster, to the Secretary of the Royal Society6 March 1799
L&P/7/22Paper, 'Of the limits of algebraical equations' by Isaac Milner1778
L&P/7/119Paper, 'On the precession of the equinoxes produced by the Sun's attraction' by Isaac Milner1779
L&P/7/21Paper, 'Of the communication of motion by impact and gravity' by Isaac Milner1778
EC/1780/07Milner, Isaac: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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