Sloane, Hans, Sir, 1660-1753

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Hans Sloane was born in England in 1660. He studied chemistry at Apothecaries' Hall, and botany at the Chelsea Physic Garden. He went on to apprentice in medicine under Sydenham, and took over the practice when Sydenham became too ill to work. Dr. Sloane traveled to Jamaica as the physician of the second Duke of Albemarle in 1688. While in Jamaica, he collected and brought home to England more than 800 species of plants. He published two books on his experience and discoveries in Jamaica. After returning to England, he became the secretary of the Royal Society, and edited its Philosophical Transactions. He eventually became the physician to the King of England, and also President of the College of Physicians. Dr. Sloane was an avid collector of many different types of materials, and his personal collections were the foundation of the collection of the British Museum. Dr. Sloane was married to Elizabeth Rose, and died in 1753.

From the description of Sir Hans Sloane Letters Received 1704-1740 (Medical University of South Carolina Library). WorldCat record id: 216882272

British physician and naturalist.

From the description of Autograph letter signed : [n.p.], to Servington Savery of Shilston, 1730 Nov. 6. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270663494

Physician, naturalist, and collector of manuscripts.

From the description of Sir Hans Sloane collection, 1574-1744. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 77600179

Epithet: Colonel

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John Bartram was the first native American botanist and made many journeys through the southern frontier, collecting seeds and bulbs for transplanting.

From the guide to the John Bartram correspondence, 1735-1775, 1735-1775, (American Philosophical Society)

Hans Sloane was a physician, naturalist, and founder of the British Museum.

From the description of Correspondence, ca. 1647-1743. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122474111

From the description of Correspondence (University of Chicago Library). WorldCat record id: 123420650

From the guide to the Sir Hans Sloane correspondence, ca. 1647-1743, Circa 1647-1743, (American Philosophical Society)

Epithet: of Add MS 35666

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English physician and naturalist.

From the description of Autograph letter signed : London, to John Ray, 1684 Dec. 20. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270872258

Epithet: physician and collector

Title: Baronet

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Peter Collinson (1694–1768) was an English merchant and botanist. He was a partner in his father’s London trading business, and he remained a merchant throughout his life. However, at a young age, he also developed a passion for botany. He eventually wrote numerous essays on natural history topics for the Gentleman’s Magazine, and he contributed many reports to the Society of Antiquaries and to the Royal Society, of which he was a member. His extensive network of correspondents in Europe and North America placed Collinson at the nexus of the community of eighteenth century European and American natural scientists.

Peter Collinson was born in London, the son of the Quaker and London cloth merchant Peter Collinson and his wife Elizabeth Hall. Young Peter’s love of plants apparently stemmed from a garden owned by relatives with whom he lived as a boy and which he later inherited. However, Collinson is known less for his own original contributions to natural science than for his tireless support of the work of others. His publications and affiliation with the Royal Society brought him in contact with many eminent European naturalists and scientists of his day, including Sir Hans Sloane (1660-1753), Stephen Hales (1677-1761), and J. J. Dillenius (1684-1747). He also knew the Swedish naturalist Carl Linnaeus (1707-1778, APS 1769), who named horse balm ( Collinsonia canadensis ) after him. Collinson was always supportive of the work of ordinary gardeners and plantsmen, such as Philip Miller (1691-1771), the gardener of the Chelsea Physic Garden, and the nurseryman James Gordon, who helped maintain the extensive gardens of Lord Petre, Collinson’s close friend and patron of scientific endeavors.

Collinson’s numerous contacts with fellow botanists placed him at the center of a large network of mid-eighteenth century European and American naturalists. It was through his family’s extensive trade in the cloth business with North America that he got to know a number of Americans. They included Alexander Garden (1730-1791, APS 1768), Cadwallader Colden (1688-1776, APS 1768), Benjamin Franklin and John Bartram (1699-1777, APS 1768).

Collinson and Bartram were particularly close friends. In the early 1730s, Bartram wrote to Collinson soliciting the post of king’s botanist in North America. While Collinson was not able to secure the position for another three decades, the two men arranged for Bartram to send seeds and seedlings to British subscribers. This group eventually numbered more than sixty men and included some of the most prominent botanists and landscape designers in Britain. Moreover, beginning in 1733, the two men engaged in a lively exchange of ideas and specimen that lasted until Collinson’s death in 1768. Collinson communicated many of Bartram’s studies to the Royal Society, which published Bartrams observations in the Philosophical Transactions . The naturalist John Fothergill (1712-1780, APS 1770) one of Collinson’s close friends, wrote that the “eminent naturalist, John Bartram, may almost be said to have been created such by my friend’s assistance.” John Bartram’s son William acknowledged Collinson’s crucial role in his father’s career, noting that “it was principally through the interest of Collinson that he [John Bartram] became acquainted, and entered into correspondence with, many of the most celebrated literary characters in Europe, and was elected a member of the Royal Society of London, of Stockholm, etc.” Collinson, who maintained his own extensive garden, introduced several American plants into Britain, including the American alder, three species of azalea, black birch, hemlock, sugar maple, mountain laurel, and many medicinal herbs.

Collinson and Franklin also maintained a long friendship marked by an active correspondence. Their shared interests included the discovery of mastodon bones in North America and, more famously, topics related to electricity. In fact, it was Collinson who introduced Franklin’s ideas on electricity to the Royal Society; the Society not only published them but also recognized Franklin’s work with the Copley medal in 1753. Franklin admired Collinson’s qualities as a scientist and as a man. He wrote that “if we may estimate the goodness of a man by his disposition to do good, and his constant endeavors and success in doing it, I can hardly conceive that a better man has ever existed.”

Collinson’s interests in North American matters also included the promotion of crop experiments in the colonies. In addition, he was an early patron of the American Philosophical Society, though not a member, and for many years served as purchasing agent for the Library Company of Philadelphia.

In 1724 Peter Collinson married Mary Russell. They had two children.

From the guide to the Collinson-Bartram Papers, 1732-1773, 1732-1773, (American Philosophical Society)

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referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1, 226, 247, 288 Edward Lhwyd, Keeper of the Ashmolean Museum: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1701-1708, and n.d.ff. 2, 286 Archibald Adams: Lett... British Library
creatorOf Hearne, Thomas, 1678-1735. Satirical poem in the form of a letter from Thomas Hearne to Sir Hans Sloane. University of Leeds, Brotherton Library, Leeds University Library
creatorOf Sloane, Hans, Sir, 1660-1753. Correspondence, ca. 1647-1743. American Philosophical Society Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS AND PAPERS. Paper and vellum; ff. 225. British Library arrangement. A. Examination of Philip Wake before Sir Salathiel Lovell, Recorder of London, relating to the setting fire to the house of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart., in Bloomsbur..., 1360-1977 British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Medical treatises, and chemical and medical receipts: 17th cent.: Hologr. British Library
referencedIn William Courten, alias Charleton; of the Middle Temple: Letters and papers relating to natural history and vertu: 17th cent.includes:f. 1 County of Gloucester: List of deeds relating to, in possession of W. Charleton: 1668.f. 1 Evesham Manor; Wor... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Philosophical papers communicated to: 17th-18th centt.London; SOCIETIES, SCIENTIFIC. ROYAL SOCIETY: Philosophical transactions: 1665-1742.includes:f. 12 India: Account of an E. Indian poison, by A. Baily: 17th cent.f. 12 ... British Library
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referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1, 176 Abbé Jean Paul Bignon, Librarian to Louis XV: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1709-1741, and n.d.: Fr.f. 3 William Hamill: Letters to Sir H... British Library
referencedIn HARDWICKE PAPERS. Vol. DCCCCXXI. 1. Letters and papers relating to the establishment and maintenance of the British Museum, during the period when Lord Chancellor Hardwicke was ex officio one of the Principal Trustees, with a few later additions; 174..., 1742-1813 British Library
referencedIn Poetry LATIN: Versus "An cælum agit in animam humanam": 18th cent.Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Collection by, of papers relating to natural history, medicine, etc.: 18th cent.includes:f. 33 Jean Astruc, Physician to Louis XV: Dissertatio de petrificat... British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANE0US LETTERS AND PAPERS, viz.:-A. Letter from Count Camillo Benso di Cavour, Italian statesman, to Nassau William Senior, economist, forwarding a publication of the Sardinian government on charitable institutions; 4 Jan. 1842. French. For a..., 1100-1936 British Library
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referencedIn DEED of indemnification by Sarah Stanley, of St. George's, Hanover Square, widow, to Charles Cadogan, 2nd Earl Cadogan, William Sloane, of Bloomsbury Square, Sloane Elsmere, of Chelsea, D.D., and Jas. Empson, of Chelsea, executors of Sir Hans Sloane,... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:f. 1 William Gould, MD: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1680/1-1703.ff. 2, 10, 17, 19, 26, 28, 62, 63, 123, 141, 155, 166, 158, 160, 161, 165, 171, 173,... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Medical cases: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1, 3 D-Colby, MD, of Rockingham, county Northamptonshire: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1732.ff. 5-9 Henry Hare, 2nd Baron Coleraine: Letters (two signed Cleanor) to Dr. Plukenett... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1, 3 Jean Frédéric Phélypeaux de Maurepas, Comte: Correspondence with S. F. Morand: 1738.: Fr.: Copies.ff. 1-6 Sauveur François Morand, FRS;... British Library
referencedIn Kaempfer, Engelbert, 1651-1716. [Selection of manuscript materials by Engelbert Kaempfer from Sir Hans Sloane's collection in the British Museum, London.] [microform]. HCL Technical Services, Harvard College Library
referencedIn " MÉMOIRES pour servir à la Vie de Monsieur le Chevalier Hans Sloane, Bart., ci-devant Président du Col1ége Royal des Médecins, et de la Societé Royale," written apparently (f. 21 b) by William Tooke, F.R.S. Paper; ff. 63. Early xixth cent. Small Oct... British Library
referencedIn James Petiver, FRS, Apothecary to the Charter-House: Miscellaneous correspondence (N.B. Petiver died in April 1718, but letters were written to him up to 12 Febr. 1719.): 1697-1718/9, and n.d.Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronol... British Library
referencedIn Collection of Letters of Sir Robert Sibbald (1641-1722), 1696-1711 Edinburgh University Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1,5,85 Pierre Chirac, Physician to the Duc d'Orléans: Letters to, from Sir H. Sloane: 1684, 1686, 1714 and n.d.: Lat. and Fr.f. 3 Beaumount:... British Library
creatorOf Sloane, Hans, Sir, 1660-1753. Correspondence University of Chicago Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Collection of his loose papers and letters: 17th-18th centt.includes:f. 1 André Gundelsheimer: Catalogue des plantes observées par, en Candie: 1701.f. 1 Candia Island: Catalogue des plantes on, par MM. Tournefort et Gund... British Library
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referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1, 19, 116, 195, 217, 252, 262, 267, 273, 330, 353 Sir Thomas Dereham, 4th Baronet: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1728-1738.f. 3 John Hazler, Cl... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:f. 1 Thomas Burlington: Letter to Sir H. Sloane: 1729/30.ff. 3, 131, 173, 251 Sauveur François Morand, FRS; French anatomist: Letters to Sir H. ... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1, 55, 110, 134, 149, 174, 205, 213, 215, 227, 296 William Derham, Vicar of Upminster, and Canon of Windsor: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1698-17... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Letters to, from J. J. Scheuchzer: 1728-1731.Jean Jacques Scheuchzer, senior, of Zürich: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1706-1733, and n.d.: Lat. and Fr. British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Collection of his loose papers and letters: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1-53 b Fortification: De arte fortificatoria: 17th cent.: Germ.ff. 54-62 William Crabtree, Astronomer, of Broughton near Manchester: Letters to W. ... British Library
referencedIn Autograph letter signed from Francis Astry to Dr. Zachery Grey on January 5, 1747, 1747
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Poems inscribed to: 18th cent.Poetry LATIN: Political satires, epitaphs, etc.: 18th cent.Poetry ENGLISH: Moral and political verses: 18th cent.Poetry FRENCH: Political satires, epitaphs, etc.: 18th cent.includes:ff. 1, 9, 15... British Library
creatorOf Sloane, Hans, Sir, 1660-1753. Medical recipe book, [ca. 1750]. National Library of Medicine
referencedIn James Petiver, FRS, Apothecary to the Charter-House: Miscellaneous correspondence (N.B. Petiver died in April 1718, but letters were written to him up to 12 Febr. 1719.): 1697-1718/9, and n.d.Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronol... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Medical cases: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1-6 John Hough, Bishop of Worcester: Letters to Sir H. SIoane: 1712-1726, and n.d.ff. 7-15 b William Lilly, Apothecary, of Audley End: Letter to Sir H. Sloane: 1715.ff. 16, 17 ... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1, 86, 123, 180, 189, 193, 277 John Woodward, MD: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1698-1722/3, and n.d.ff. 2, 49, 185, 265 Herman Boerhaave, Dutch... British Library
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referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Medical cases: 17th-18th centt.includes:f. 1 Mapp, Professional Bonesetter: Letters relating to her cures: 1736.f. 2 A-Noakes: Letter from her to Sir H. Sloane: 1736.f. 4 H-Pine, of Impington, county Cambridgeshire: ... British Library
referencedIn includes:ff. 1-18 Switzerland: Apospasmatium historiæ plantarum Helveticarum cum figuris, per J. J. Scheuchzer: 18th cent.ff. 1-18 Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Apospasmatium historiæ plantarum Helveticarum ei inscriptum: 17th cent.ff. 13-18 Jean J... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Medical cases: 17th-18th centt.Owners of Manuscripts: Thurscrosse (Timothy), D.D., Minister of the Chapterhouse.includes:ff. 2-34b Liturgies ENGLISH: Prayers of intercession for secret mourners over public calamities: circ... British Library
referencedIn MADDEN RECORDS. Vol. LXVII. Memoranda concerning the order and numeration of the Sloane MSS.; 1849-1861. ff. 39. Red leather covered notebook. 180 x 120mm.Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Memoranda by Sir F. Madden rel. to Sloane MSS: 1849-1861.Catalogues o..., 1849-1861 British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPTS OF SLOANE CORRESPONDENCETRANSCRIPTS in Thomas Birch's autograph of selected letters from the correspondence of Sir Hans Sloane (Sloane MSS. 4036-4069). Paper; ff. 150. Quarto. Circa 1750-1757.Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Collections of T. Bi..., approximately 1750-1757 British Library
referencedIn ACCOUNT BY JOHN SAVERY, of Butcombe Court, co. Som., of the family of Savery of Totnes and (1614) of Shilstone, near Modbury, co. Devon, from 1511, with a pedigree (ff. 2, 3); 24 July 1809 (f. 100b), with a preface dated June 1810 (f. 1). A few addit..., 1809-1810 British Library
referencedIn includes:ff. 1-47 George Carew: Papers relating to his suit with W. Courten: 1663-1680.ff. 1-52 Courten family: Papers relating to: 17th cent.f. 2 Charles II of England: Petition to the King, by W. Courten against G. Carew, with the King's answ... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff.1, 103 Christopher Packe, MD, of Canterbury: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1737-1741.f. 3 Richard Middleton Massey, MD, of Wisbeach and Chester: ... British Library
referencedIn James Petiver, FRS, Apothecary to the Charter-House: Miscellaneous correspondence (N.B. Petiver died in April 1718, but letters were written to him up to 12 Febr. 1719.): 1697-1718/9, and n.d.Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronol... British Library
referencedIn Vol. ii. 1 Sept. 1752-30 Sept. 1754;includes:f. 146 Thomas Issac de Larrey, Count; Secretary at the Hague, etc: Letters to Prince Louis of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel: 1752-1753.: Fr.ff. 146, 286 Thomas Issac de Larrey, Count; Secretary at the Hague,... British Library
referencedIn Vol. I (ff. 184). (1) An Act for the Purchase of the Museum, or Collection of Sir Hans Sloane, and of the Harleian Collection of Manuscripts; ... and of the Cottonian Library, and of the additions thereto; 1754. Printed; with MS. notes and list of th..., 1749-1760 British Library
referencedIn London; SOCIETIES, SCIENTIFIC. ROYAL SOCIETY: Philosophical transactions: 1665-1742.Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Philosophical papers communicated to: 17th-18th centt.includes:f. 1 Transylvania: Account of the Transsylvanian stone salts, by Dr. E. Bro... British Library
creatorOf Sloane, Hans, Sir, 1st Baronet, 1660-1753. Autograph letter signed : [n.p.], to Servington Savery of Shilston, 1730 Nov. 6. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn MEDICAL, household, and veterinary recipes; many of the first by Sir Hans Sloane, Bart., M.D. Paper; circa 1750. Small Quarto. Presented by George Henry Cadogan, Earl Cadogan., approximately 1750 British Library
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referencedIn DEEDS relating to the family of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart.; 1719-1755. Presented by Messrs. F. H. Marcham and Co. British Library
referencedIn MILITARY papers and correspondence of General Rainsford; 14 Mar.-l Nov. 1781. Included are original letters from [James Cecil, 7th Earl of] Salisbury; 14 Mar. [17]81, f. 1. [Jeffery Amherst, Lord] Amherst [Commander-in-Chief]; 27 Apr.-20 Oct. 1781, f... British Library
referencedIn James Petiver, FRS, Apothecary to the Charter-House: Miscellaneous correspondence (N.B. Petiver died in April 1718, but letters were written to him up to 12 Febr. 1719.): 1697-1718/9, and n.d.Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronol... British Library
creatorOf MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS AND PAPERS, 1569-1923 British Library
referencedIn Vol. A.Catalogues of Libraries, etc: Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Romsey, Hampshire: William Sloane-Stanley, of Paultons Park: Catalogue of library at Paultons Park, containing some books belonging to Sir Hans Sloane: 1830. British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Collection by, of papers relating to natural history, medicine, etc.: 18th cent.includes:f. 5 Sir Thomas Baines, MD: Epitaphium in, per J. Finch: 1681.f. 5 Sir John Finch, physician, British Ambassador at Constantinople:... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1, 123 Joseph Pitton de Tournefort, MD; French botanist: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1685-1704, and n.d.: Fr. and Lat.ff. 2, 60, 109, 310 Jame... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.James Petiver, FRS, Apothecary to the Charter-House: Miscellaneous correspondence (N.B. Petiver died in April 1718, but letters were written to him up to 12 ... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Collection of his loose papers and letters: 17th-18th centt.includes:f. 15 Hippocrates: Explicatio Aphorismi xv., sect. 3: 17th cent.f. 16 Mrs Bowles: Receipts for ruptures: 17th cent.: Autogr.f. 18 Hoxton, Middlesex: ... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1, 45, 218 Levinus Vincent: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1725.f. 3 S-H-: Letter to Sir H. Sloane: 1725.ff. 5, 264-266 b Michael Angelo Tilli... British Library
creatorOf Sloane, Hans, Sir, 1660-1753. Sir Hans Sloane collection, 1574-1744. Library of Congress
referencedIn includes:ff. 1-59 Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Osteographical description of an elephant in Dundee Museum sent to, by P. Blair: 1706.ff. 1-59 Dundee, Forfar: Osteographical description, with plates, of an elephant in the museum at, by Dr. P. Blair: ... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1, 8, 14, 20, 110, 148, 151, 155, 162, 185, 190 197, 201, 208, 214, 217, 223, 237, 243, 248, 254, 264, 267, 273, 321, 338, 352 James Keill, MD... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1-26 b Mary Somerset, wife of Henry, 1st Duke of Beaufort: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: n.d.ff. 27-33 John Sommers, Baron Sommers; Lord Chancel... British Library
referencedIn Mythology: Account of the figures of Indian Idols: 17th cent.: Dutch.includes:f. 1 Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Note relating to figures of Indian Idols: n.d.: Autogr. British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1, 7, 299, 352 Rose Fuller, MD: Letters to his grandfather, Sir H. Sloane: 1729-1739, and n.d.ff. 3, 170, 363 G-Medley: Letters to Sir H. S... British Library
referencedIn Astry, Francis, 1676-1766. Autograph letter signed from Francis Astry to Dr. Zachery Grey, January 5, 1747. Florida State University
referencedIn SETTLEMENT on the marriage of Hans Sloane, of St. Giles-inthe-Fields, co. Midd., Doctor of Physic, with Elizabeth, widow of Fulk Rose, of St. James parish, Westminster; 9 May, 1695. With signatures and seals. British Library
referencedIn HODGKIN PAPERS. Vol. X (ff. 256). Documents illustrative of social history, etc.; 1573-1843. 1. Deposition, signed by Rycherd Page, Heughe He[y]ward, Davy Myller, and (by a mark) John Blonte, of St. Clement's parish [St. Clement Danes, London], respe..., 1573-1843 British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: List of Roman coins gathered in Spain and bought by: 17th cent.Court of Rome: Catalogue of a collection of Roman coins, gathered in Spain: 18th cent.Numismatics: Catalogues of Roman coins, collected in Spain, and bought by S... British Library
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referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:f. 1 Jean François Le Feure, MD: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1723, and n.d.: Fr.f. 3 Thomas Hearne, antiquary: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1710-1731... British Library
referencedIn Vol. V. (ff. 157). 1691-1702. 1. E-E-to Rev.-Banks, of Hull. . . . "Certainely we live among a strange sort of people, for I am told to-day that the Clergy were going to petition the Queen to depose Archbishop Tillottson because he was not a Chris... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Collection by, of papers relating to natural history, medicine, etc.: 18th cent.includes:ff. 12-15 b Netherlands, United Provinces: Account of the sea fight between the English and Dutch,: June, 1666.ff. 12-16 b Charles ... British Library
referencedIn BIRCH CORRESPONDENCECorrespondence, etc., of Thomas Birch. The contents may be divided as follows:-(1) Rough drafts of letters (without names of addressees), notes and extracts from books, etc., in Birch's autograph. ff. 1-103 passim, 144, 159, 209-..., 18th century British Library
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referencedIn Logan, James, 1674-1751. Papers, 1670-1749 (inclusive), 1734-1749 (bulk). Historical Society of Pennsylvania
referencedIn Osborne, W. A. (William Alexander), b. 1873. Papers of William Alexander Osborne [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Vol. VIII (ff. 269). S-W.includes:ff. 1-77 Henri Du Sauzet, bookseller, of The Hague: Letters to P. Desmaizeaux: 1715-1739.: Fr.ff.78-85 Henry Sceheurleer, bookseller, of The Hague: Letters to P. Desmaizeaux: 1710-1731.: Fr.f. 86 Johann Jacob S... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1, 28, 37, 210 Claude Joseph Geoffroy, Le Jeune: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1715-1744.: Engl. and Fr.ff. 2, 36, 52, 7 4, 322 Thomas Shaw, Cha... British Library
referencedIn Derham, W. (William), 1657-1735. Papers, 1729-1732, to Ralph Palmer Esq. Duke University, Medical Center Library & Archives
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Medical cases: 17th-18th centt.Medicine: Accounts of medical cases: 18th cent.includes:f. 1 Customs: Answers from two physicians to the Commissioners touching infected goods brought from Italy: 1743.f. 1 Matthew Lee, MD:... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1, 24, 35, 120, 172 Samuel Brewer, Botanist: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1728-1735/6.f. 3 Joannes Georgius Kisner, Medicus Primarius Mæno-Fran... British Library
creatorOf Kaempfer, Engelbert, 1651-1716. Iter ad aulam Muscoviticam indeque Astracanum susceptum [microform] : Sloane collection, MS 2923. pt. 5. Center for Research Libraries, CRL
referencedIn Bartram, John, 1699-1777. Correspondence, 1735-1775. American Philosophical Society Library
referencedIn Autograph File, S, 1556-1996. Houghton Library.
referencedIn ORIGINAL letters, etc., of English statesmen and others; 151-1744. 1. Fragment of an account of the ceremony at the creation of the Dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk, and the Earls of Surrey and Worcester, at Lambeth, on Candlemas Day [2 Feb.], 1513[4], ..., 1514-1744 British Library
referencedIn (VIII. ff. 312). 11 June-20 Aug. 1802.includes:f. 1 Seguineau: Letter to the 3rd Lord Hardwicke: 1802. f. 4 Henry Monck: Letter to the 3rd Lord Hardwicke: 1802. ff. 6, 98 Colonel Andrew Thomas Blayney, 11th Baron Blayney: Correspondence with the 3r... British Library
creatorOf Kaempfer, Engelbert, 1651-1716. Chart containing part of the icy sea, with the adjacent coasts of Asia & America : also part of Greenland, with Baffin's Bay and part of Hudson's Bay. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
referencedIn (VIII. ff. 351). Apr. 1795-May, 1796.Philip Yorke, 3rd Earl of Hardwicke: Correspondence rel. to the Cambridgeshire Militia: 1790-1834.includes:ff. 1, 59 Field-Marshal George Townshend, 1st Marquess Townshend: Letters to the 3rd Lord Hardwicke: 1792-... British Library
referencedIn Collinson, Peter, 1694-1768. Collinson-Bartram Papers, 1732-1773. American Philosophical Society Library
creatorOf FIFTY-NINE airs for two trebles and a bass. In three parts. The names of Graben, T. Farmer, Peasable, Baptist, Turner, Wood, Jenkins, Lawes, Webster, Chillmeed, Holmes, and Coleman are given. At f. 12 b appears " Peasable's Brawles," and at f. 40 b a..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Medical treatises, and chemical and medical receipts: 17th cent.: Hologr.includes:ff. 1-33 Chemistry: Chemical receipts, processes and experiments: 15th-17th centt.: Engl., Germ., Fr., Ital., and Lat.ff. 1-34,50-58, 60 b-7... British Library
creatorOf Cassini, Giovanni Domenico, 1625-1712. Letters. Smithsonian Institution. Libraries
referencedIn Hamond, Andrew Snape, Sir, 1738-1828. Papers of Sir Andrew Snape Hamond, 1766-1825. Library of Congress
referencedIn Vol. DLII (ff. iii+323). (1) Letter-book containing copies of Sunderland's letters as Secretary of State, relating to domestic affairs; 1706-1710. ff. 2-229. (2) Letter-book containing copies of Sunderland's letters as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland; 171..., 1706-1715 British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:f. 1 John Freind, MD, Physician to the Duke of Ormonde in Flanders: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: [1713], 1723.f. 2 Robert Freind, DD, Head Master o... British Library
referencedIn Johnsonian Miscellanies, extra-illustrated, 1538-1900 (inclusive);, 1738-1866 (bulk). Houghton Library.
referencedIn (IV. ff. 370). 1 Oct.-20 Dec. 1801.includes:f. 1 H-Carey: Letter to the 3rd Lord Hardwicke: 1801. f. 3 Edward Cooke, Under-Secretary of State: Correspondence with Hon. C. Lindsay: 1801. ff. 5, 29, 47, 161, 196 John Fitzgibbon, 1st Earl of Clare; L... British Library
referencedIn Catalogues of Libraries, etc: Fragments of miscellaneous catalogues: 18th cent.Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Collection of his loose papers and letters: 17th-18th centt.includes:f. 1 Le Normand Cany: Description of hangings made by: 18th cent.f. 5 Th... British Library
creatorOf Sir Hans Sloane correspondence, ca. 1647-1743, Circa 1647-1743 American Philosophical Society
referencedIn Vol. XIII (ff. 295). 1663-1765.includes:f. 1 Charles Mason, astronomer: Letter to Lord Macclesfield: 1762.f. 4 Joseph Jérôme Le Français de Lalande, French astronomer: Letter to J. Bevis: 1762.: Fr., with Engl. transl.f. 6 George Parker, 2nd Ea..., 1663-1765 British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1, 26, 61, 68, 141, 215, 241, 324 Arthur Charlett, DD; Master of University College, Oxford: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1696-1720.ff. 2, 8, 42 ... British Library
referencedIn Vol. I (ff. 316). (1) Form of assignment of livings, etc., in the patronage of Lord Brereton; 1668. f. 1. (2) Three receipts for money paid by William Polden of Wakefield, as executor for Mrs. Mary Leake of York; 1633. ff. 2, 132, 277. (3) Acknowledg..., 1625-1770 British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Collection by, of papers relating to natural history, medicine, etc.: 18th cent.includes:f. 4 Maryland, N. America: Remarks by J. Petiver on a Natural History Collection from: 18th cent.f. 4 Reverend H-Jones, of Marylan... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Minutes of the Royal Society: 1696, 1697, 1699-1712.: Hologr.London; SOCIETIES, SCIENTIFIC. ROYAL SOCIETY: Minutes of transactions of the Council, by Sir H. Sloane: 1699-1712. British Library
referencedIn Sloane 2252Paper, in 4to., ff. 4, XVII Century.This contains the commencement only of a Poem addressed to Sir Hans Sloane, by Wm. Howard 1719, and was joined on by Ayscough to the remaining portion, which, with other Poems of the same kind are contai... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1, 1 10 Joannes Philippus Breynius, filius Jacobi: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1704-1742.: Fr., Engl. and Lat.f. 2 John Zierenberg: Letter to ... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:f. 1 Jaques Levi, of Venice: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1722-1744.: Fr. and Engl.ff. 1, 198, 337, 353 Abbé Jean Paul Bignon, Librarian to Louis X... British Library
referencedIn 46362. MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS AND PAPERS.Paper and (artt. M, S) vellum; ff. 154. Large folio. XIV-XX centt., 14th century-20th century British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Medical cases: 17th-18th centt.includes:f. 1 Nicholas Swainston, of Stockton-upon-Tees, county Durham: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1702, 1702/3.ff. 2-6, 17 S-Stringer, Teacher of Chemistry at Epsom: Letters to Sir H. Sloa... British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCLXXV (ff. 184). 1710-1721.includes:f. 1 [Barbara?] Chantrell, widow of [Lieutenant -Colonel Francis?] Chantrell: Letter to Duchess of Marlborough: [1708-1710?].f. 3 C. D: Letter to Duchess of Marlborough, so signed: 1710.ff. 5, 23, 56 [..., 1710-1721 British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1-11 Charles Montague, Earl of Halifax: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1699, and n.d.f. 12 George Montagu, Earl of Halifax: Letters to Sir H. Slo... British Library
referencedIn Copley, Godfrey, ca. 1653-1709,. Autograph letter signed from Sir Godfrey Copley to Thomas Kirk, Esq., near Leeds, Yorkshire [manuscript], 1702/03 March 2. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Collinson-Bartram Papers, 1732-1773, 1732-1773 American Philosophical Society
referencedIn BIRCH'S SLOANE COLLECTIONS'Memoirs relating to the Life of Sir Hans Sloane Bart. formerly President of the Royal Society', by Thomas Birch, with miscellaneous biographical notes; 1753. Also included in the volume are: (a) a similar memoir in French t..., 1753 British Library
creatorOf HERBAL: compiled in Italy, probably in the north, by Gasparinus de bripio (ff. 139v, 144v); late 15th cent. Latin. Origin: Italy. Beg. 'Antolla minor. Ad sanandum omnia vulnera' (f. 105). See Oxford Bodleian Library Canonicus Misc. MS. 408, ff. 1-1... British Library
referencedIn Sloane 1968Paper, in Quarto, ff. 229, XVIII Century; containing Miscellaneous Letters and Papers of Dr. John Gaspar Scheuchzer, M. D., F. R. S., and Sir Hans Sloane.1. Note from Daniel Malthus to [Sir Hans Sloane], desiring him at the Queen's [Anne] ... British Library
creatorOf Sloane, Hans, Sir, 1660-1753. Autograph letter signed : London, to John Ray, 1684 Dec. 20. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf Sloane, Hans, Sir, 1660-1753. Autographs, undated. Wisconsin Historical Society, Newspaper Project
referencedIn The Papers of William Clift, 1780-1849 Royal College of Surgeons of England, London
referencedIn James Petiver, FRS, Apothecary to the Charter-House: Miscellaneous correspondence (N.B. Petiver died in April 1718, but letters were written to him up to 12 Febr. 1719.): 1697-1718/9, and n.d.Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronol... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:f. 1 Hans Gramm, Regius Professor in Copenhagen University: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1726-1736.: Lat.ff. 3, 117, 160 Walter Tullideph, of Antig... British Library
creatorOf [Hans Sloane, biographical materials] University of Wisconsin - Madison, General Library System
referencedIn Vol. XIX (ff. 294). S.includes:ff. 1, 2 George Sale, orientalist: Letters to T. Birch: 1734.f. 3 Abhi Claude Safiier, FRS; French historian and librarian: Letter to T. Birch: 1756.: Fr.f. 5 Abhi Claude Safiier, FRS; French historian and librari... British Library
referencedIn Vol. I (ff. 184). (1) Revised drafts of portions of the Athenian letters having, in many cases, the initials of the revisers at the end of the letters (Nos. I-LXIII), published in 1741-1743. ff. 1-86. Followed by (a) 'Minutes of the Committee for rev..., 1741-1765 British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:f. 1 James Knapton, Bookseller, of London: Letter to Sir H. Sloane: 1702.f. 2 James Sutherland, Superintendent of the Physic Garden at Edinburgh... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:f. 1 Niccolo Michele d' Aragona, Principe di Cassano: Letter to, from Sir H. Sloane: 1738, 1739.ff. 2, 92 b Godefroy Sellius, Professor at Halle... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:f. 1 Francis Moult: Letter to [J. Petiver]: 1704/5.ff. 2, 19, 49, 71, 86, 101, 158, 160, 253, 274, 284, 291, 328, 336, 358, 373, 379 Petrus Hott... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: MS. was dedicated to, by J. Whitehead.Barbary: Relation of, by J. Whitehead, captured in 1691 by the Moors: 18th cent. British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Catalogues of his MSS.: 18th cent. British Library
referencedIn BLENHEIM PAPERS. Vol. DLXXXIV (ff. 233). Correspondence and papers of Thomas Trevor, 1st Baron Trevor, and Thomas Trevor, 2nd Baron Trevor of Bromham, grandfather and father respectively of Elizabeth, wife of Charles Spencer, 3rd Duke of Marlborough;..., 1719-1752 British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Minutes of the Royal Society: 1696, 1697, 1699-1712.: Hologr.London; SOCIETIES, SCIENTIFIC. ROYAL SOCIETY: Minutes of transactions of the meetings, by Sir H. Sloane: Jan. 1696/7-Aug. 1697. British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Poems inscribed to: 18th cent.Poetry ENGLISH: Poems inscribed to Sir H. Sloane: 18th cent.includes:ff. 1-4 William Howard, excise officer: Letters with verses inscribed to Sir H. Sloane: 1719, and n.d.ff. 6-10 Robert Bac... British Library
referencedIn Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Original correspondence, chronologically arranged: 17th-18th centt.includes:ff. 1-4b Margaret Cavendish Bentinck, née Harley; wife of William, 2nd Duke of Portland: Letters to Sir H. Sloane: 1741/2, and n.d.f. 5 Hans Wil... British Library
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