Authorised form of nameEllicott; John (c 1706 - 1772)
Datesc 1706 - 1772
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election26/10/1738
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Maurice Crosland, 'Explicit Qualifications as a Criterion for Membership of the Royal Society: A Historical Review' in 'Notes and Records' 1982-83 vol 37 pp 167-187
Douglas McKie, 'Priestley's Laboratory and Library and Other of his Effects' in 'Notes and Records' 1956-57 vol 12 pp 114-136
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA8214
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/001285Ellicott, Johnnd
L&P/1/457Letter, 'Of weighing electricity' from unknown author to John Ellicott1746
L&P/2/286Letter, 'Improvement in the air pump' from John Smeaton to John Ellicott16 April 1752
L&P/1/411Letter, 'On the specific gravity of diamonds' from John Ellicott to Martin Folkes3 July 1745
L&P/3/47Letter, 'About the earthquake of Nov 1 from Madrid' from unknown author to John Ellicott3 November 1755
L&P/4/151Paper, 'An account of da Saluce's 'Memoire sur le fluide elastique de la poudre a canon [On the elastic fluid of gunpowder]'' by John Ellicott 1763
L&P/5/286Letter, 'Titles of papers read before the Swedish Acadmey of Sciences between July 1770 and June 1771' from Peter Wargentin to John Ellicott5 March 1772
EC/1738/09Ellicott, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society26 October 1738
RBO/19/59'Description and manner of using an Instrument for measuring the degrees of the expansion of Metals by heat' by John Ellicot1736
CLP/3ii/39Paper, 'Description and manner of using an instrument for measuring the degrees of the expansion of metalls by heat' by John Ellicot1736
AP/6/15/2Unpublished manuscript, 'Plan de nouveau régulateur de compensation propre à remédier à la dilatation et contraction des métaux; pour les pendules d'observation physique et astronomique' ['Plan for a new compensation regulator to fix the dilation and contraction of metals; for clocks for astronomical and physical observations'] by H [Hubert] Sarton[1788]
L&P/1/10Paper, 'Of the going of two clocks (mutual action)' by John Ellicott 4 November 1741
MC/8/17Letter from George Worms, Hessian Consul General, 1 Austin Friars, to the Secretary of the Royal Society25 February 1867
CLP/3ii/40Paper, 'A description and manner of using an instrument for measuring the degrees of the expansion of metalls by heat' by John Elliot1736
L&P/2/66Letter, 'Of the earthquake of March 8' from Mr Oakes to John Ellicott18 March 1750
MC/8Volume 8 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1867-1869
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