Authorised form of nameWetstein; Caspar (- 1760)
Dates - 1760
Dates and placesAugust 1760
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election04/07/1754
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA7620
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MS/391/82Bond of Caspar Wetstein to the Treasurer of the Royal Society7 November 1754
L&P/2/393Letter, 'Extracts in French' from Leonhard Euler to Caspar Wetstein8 July 1752
L&P/2/395Letter, 'A few remarks on a book entitled 'The principles of action on matter of gravitation, with motions of the planets explained' by Alexander Coldon' from Leonhard Euler to Caspar Wetstein21 November 1752
L&P/2/503Letter, 'The acceleration of the motion of the planets' from Leonhard Euler to Caspar Wetstein9 April 1754
L&P/3/258Letter, 'Of the atmosphere of the Moon' from Leonhard Euler to Caspar Wetstein26 March 1757
L&P/2/474Letter, 'Thanks to Wetstein for sending him Gaubil's observations' from Leonhard Euler to Caspar Wetstein8 January 1754
EC/1754/11Wetstein, Caspar: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/2/230Letter, 'Of a problem as to Sir Isaac Newton's theory of lunar irregularities: prize offered by Petersburg Academy' from Leonhard Euler to Caspar Wetstein27 April 1751
L&P/3/9Letter, 'Matters observed at Constantinople' from James Porter to Caspar Wetstein15 February 1755
L&P/2/55Letter, 'Of Euler's letter of the acceleration of the periodical motion, diurnal & annual, of the earth' from Caspar Wetstein to Martin Folkes17 February 1750
L&P/3/11Letter, 'Of earthquakes at Constantinople' from James Porter to Caspar Wetstein1755
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