Authorised form of nameLowther; Sir; James (1673 - 1755)
Dates1673 - 1755
Place of birthLondon, England
Date of birth05 August 1673
Place of deathLondon
Date of death02 January 1755
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election25/11/1736
Bulloch's Roll; DNB (MP)
J V Beckett, 'Dr William Brownrigg, FRS: Physician, Chemist and Country Gentleman' in NR 1976-7 vol 31 pp 255-271
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA7586
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/3/3Letter, 'A method of applying fire dampt to chemical uses' from B.W. to James Lowther5 December 1744
CLP/4ii/12Paper, 'Account of the damp air in a coal pit' by James Lowther1 August 1733
RBO/18/22'An account of the damp Air at Saltom Pitt' by Sir James Lowther1732
EC/1736/09Lowther, Sir James: certificate of election to the Royal Society25 November 1736
CLP/11ii/25Paper, 'A chemical experiment by Mr John Maud serving to illustrate the phenomenon of the inflammable aer shown to the R [Royal] Society by Sir James Lowther as described in Philos Trans [Philosophical Transactions] no. 429' by John Maud[1736]
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