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Authorised form of nameBaster; Job (1709 - 1775)
Other forms of nameBaster, Jobus
SurnameBaster
ForenamesJob
Dates1709 - 1775
Dates and placesBirth:
02 April 1709
Death:
06 March 1775
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
1/06/1738
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA954
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EL/B3/52Letter from Herman Boerhaave, dated at Leyden, to Job Baster17 February 1738
EL/B3/76Translation of a letter from Job Baster, dated at Zirkzee in Zeland, to Hans Sloane1 March 1738
EL/B3/53Translation of a letter from Herman Boerhaave, dated at Leyden, to Job Baster12 February 1738
EL/B3/77Translation of a letter from Job Baster, dated at Zirkzee in Zeland, to Hans Sloane11 October 1738
EL/S2/95Copy of a letter from Hans Sloane to Job Baster1737
EL/G2/26Translation of a letter from G J Gravesand, dated at Leyden, to Job Baster 1738
EL/G2/25G J Gravesande, dated at Leyden, to Job Baster 1738
EL/S2/94Hans Sloane to Job Basternd
MM/3/18Letter from John Ellis, London, to the Royal Society18 June 1761
L&P/2/153aPaper, 'Descriptio foetus monstrosi [Description of a monstrous foetus]' by Job Baster1750
L&P/1/142Letter, 'Of certain anatomical observations' from Job Baster to Hans Sloane1742
L&P/2/153a/1Paper, 'Descriptio foetus monstrosi [Description of a monstrous foetus]' by Job Baster1750
L&P/2/497Letter, 'On Job Baster's meteorological observations for 1752 and 1753' from Henry Miles to Henry Baker21 March 1754
L&P/4/60Paper, 'Dissertatio de zoophytis' by Job Baster1761
L&P/2/486Paper, 'Meteorological observations in 1753, in Zealand' by Job Baster1754
L&P/3/247Paper, 'Of corallines and other marine animals' by Job Baster1757
L&P/4/61Paper, 'Of a monopode foetus' by Job Baster1761
EC/1738/04Baster, Job: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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