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Authorised form of nameDudley; Paul (1675 - 1751)
SurnameDudley
ForenamesPaul
Dates1675 - 1751
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Roxbury, Massachusetts (03 September 1675)
Death:
Roxbury, Massachusetts (25 January 1751)
ActivityProfession:
Barrister
Research Field:
Natural history
Education:
Harvard. BA (1690). Boston; Middle Temple (admitted 1697)
Career:
Called to the Bar (1700); Attorney-General of the Province of Massachusetts Bay (1702); Advocate in the Vice-Admiralty court at Boston (1702); Judge of the Superior Court of Judicature (1718); Chief Justice of Massachusetts (1745-death)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
2/11/1721
RelationshipsSon of Governor Joseph Dudley and his wife, Rebecca, daughter of Judge Edward Tyng; married Lucy, daughter of Colonel John Wainwright of Ipswich
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DAB
Notes:
Proposed by Sir Hans Sloane; John Chamberlayne
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/71825360
Royal Society codeNA7811
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EL/D2/68Paul Dudley, dated at Bolton, to Cromwell Mortimer24 December 1736
EL/D1/89Paul Dudley, dated at Roxburg, New England, to James Jurin21 January 1726
EL/D1/82Letter from Paul Dudley, dated at Boston, New England 11 December 1724
RBO/19/56'Description of the Ever-greens of New England' by Paul Dudley1736
EL/D1/95Paul Dudley, dated at Roxburg, New England, to Cromwell Mortimer12 April 1733
EL/D1/79Letter from Paul Dudley, dated at Roxburg, New England13 November 1723
EL/D1/73Copy of a letter from Paul Dudley, dated at Boston, New England, to John Chamberlayne15 March 1720
EL/D1/93Paul Dudley, dated at Boston, New England, to Reverend Derham17 April 1735
EL/D1/86Paul Dudley, dated at Roxburg, New England, to James Jurin5 April 1725
EL/D1/84Paul Dudley, dated at Roxburg, New England, to James Jurin2 April 1725
EL/D1/92Letter from Paul Dudley, dated at Roxburg, New England 13 November 1727
EL/D1/76Paul Dudley, dated at Roxburg, New England, to James Jurin3 November 1722
EL/D1/83Letter from Paul Dudley, dated at Boston, New England10 December 1724
EL/D1/81Letter from Paul Dudley 10 October 1724
EL/D1/91Meteorological accounts from New England by Paul Dudley21 January 1726
EL/D1/88Paul Dudley, dated at Roxburg, New England, to James Jurin21 December 1725
EL/D1/78Paul Dudley, dated at Roxburg, New England, to James Jurin6 July 1723
EL/D1/90Four physiological case-studies by Paul Dudley, dated at Roxburg, New England21 January 1726
EL/D1/85'An Essay upon the Natural History of Whales...' by Paul Dudley, dated at Roxburg, New England5 April 1725
CLP/15i/68Account of the Moose deer by Paul Dudleynd
RBO/11/71'An account of the Rattle Snake' by Paul Dudleynd
EL/D1/74An account of the Niagara Falls by Paul Dudley10 October 1721
RBO/11/69'An account of a new Sort of Molosses made of Apples' by Paul Dudley1723
RBO/12/10'Observations on some of the Plants in New England with remarkable Instances of the Nature and Power of Vegetation in a Letter to the Publisher from the honourable Paul Dudley'1724
CLP/15i/70Concerning smelts transplanted from a river to a pond by Paul Dudleynd
RBO/11/26'A Method for making Sugar from the Maple Tree in new England communicated by Mr Paul Dudley'1720
EL/D1/75Paul Dudley, dated at Roxburg, New England, to John Chamberlayne14 April 1722
RBO/11/25'An account of the Poison wood Tree in New England by the honourable Paul Dudley' communicated by John Chamberlayne1720
CLP/15i/71Account of the rattlesnake by Paul Dudley, Roxbury, New England25 October 1722
RBO/11/70'Smelts transplanted' by Paul Dudley1723
CLP/11ii/20Paper, 'A treatise of ambargris' by Caspar Neuman [Neumann]15 October 1729
CLP/10ii/3Paper, 'Observations on some of the plants in New England, with remarkable instances of the nature and power of vegetation' in a letter from Paul Dudley to the publisher1720s
LBO/21/28Copy letter from Paul Dudley to Cromwell Mortimer18 December 1733
LBO/20/74Copy letter from Paul Dudley, Roxbury, New England, to Dr Mortimer12 April 1733
NLB/60/239Copy letter from [Alfred Hastings] White, Assistant Librarian of the Royal Society; to Alfred Jones Esquire; Tower Hotel, Pwllheli, N. Wales3 January 1921
CLP/10iii/41Paper, 'A method for making sugar from the maple tree in N [New] England' by Paul Dudley[1719]
CLP/10i/45Paper, 'An account of the poyson wood tree in New England' by Paul Dudley7 January 1720
EL/D1/72Paul Dudley, dated at Boston, New England, to John Chamberlayne20 June 1719
CLP/7ii/1Paper, account of a trading voyage by Joseph Kellug from Canada to the Mississippi by Paul Dudley1721
EL/D1/87Paul Dudley, dated at Roxburg, New England, to James Jurin9 November 1725
EL/D1/94Letter from Paul Dudley 13 November 1727
RBO/11/31'A Description of the Moose Deer in America by the Honourable Paul Dudley' communicated by John Chamberlayne1721
EL/D1/80Paul Dudley, dated at Roxburg, New England, to James Jurin3 October 1724
EL/D1/77Paul Dudley, dated at Roxburg, New England, to James Jurin3 November 1722
RBO/11/98'Account of an extraordinary Cure by Sweating in hot Turf with a Description of the Indian hot houses' by Paul Dudley1723
CLP/10iii/43Paper, 'An account of a new sort of molosses [sic] made of apples' by Paul Dudley25 October 1722
CLP/10iii/42Paper, 'An account of a method lately found out in New England for discovering where the bees hive' by Paul Dudley[1720]
CLP/10iii/42/1Paper, 'An account of a method lately found out in New England for discovering where the bees hive' by Paul Dudley[1720]
CLP/10iii/42/2Plate, method of locating beehives by Paul Dudley[1720]
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