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Albert Johan de Sitter

MALE
Groningen, Netherlands 01-09-1748 - Veendam, Netherlands 17-06-1814

Member Group(s)

  • Genootschaps-lid

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  • Sitter, Albert Jan de

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Biography:
Albert Johan de Sitter, born from a regent family, began his study of law in 1763. He continued his studies in Leiden. Afterwards he was appointed as counselor of Groningen, but he lost his office in 1787 because of his Patriotic views. Until 1795 he remained without office. In this year he became a member of 'Comité tot de Algemene Zaken van het Bondgenootschap te Lande'. The subsequent years he was a member of the 'Eerste Nationale Vergadering', 'Tweede Nationale Vergadering' and the 'Constitutiecommissie van 1797'. Also, "Drost' of the Oldambt

Residence

  • Groningen 
  • Leiden 

Occupation

  • member 04-03-1795 - 07-03-1795 - Comité tot de Algemene Zaken van het Bondgenootschap te Lande, Groningen
  • counselor , Groningen
  • Representative 19-03-1795 - 01-03-1796 - Staten-Generaal
  • Drost in Oldambt 1782~

Education

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Provenance

  • Voorloopig register van charters, privilegiën, placaaten, ordonnantiën ... Stad en Lande betreffende, en kunnende dienen tot het opmaaken van derzelver groot placaat en charter-boek : loopende tot aan de reductie, of het jaar 1594 (Groningen 1789).
  • Sitter, A.J. de en T. Modderman, Hedendaegsche historie, of tegenwoordige staet van alle volkeren ... Tegenwoordige staat der Vereenigde Nederlanden; twintigste deel (Amsterdam e.a. 1793) en eenentwintigste deel (Amsterdam e.a.1794).
  • 'Naamlijst der H.H. Leden van de Algemeene Natuur en Geneeskundige Correspondentie-Societeit', in: Verhandelingen van de Natuur- en Geneeskundige Correspondentie-Societeit ('s Gravenhage 1783).

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Jan Teding van Berkhout

MALE
Delft, Netherlands 05-05-1756 - Haarlem, Netherlands 15-06-1806

Member Group(s)

  • Genootschaps-lid

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  • Berkhout Teding, Jan van

BIO

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Biography:
"Raad in de Vroedschap en Schepenen"

Residence

  • Haarlem 

Occupation

  • Raad in de Vroedschap en Schepenen 22-10-1781 - 19-02-1788, Haarlem
  • lid stadsbestuur 1795 - 1806, Haarlem

Education

  • law student 21-02-1774 - Hogeschool Leiden

Provenance

  • 'Naamlijst der H.H. Leden van de Algemeene Natuur en Geneeskundige Correspondentie-Societeit', in: Verhandelingen van de Natuur- en Geneeskundige Correspondentie-Societeit ('s Gravenhage 1783).
  • "Naamlijst der commissarissen van het Vaderlandsch Fonds ter aanmoediging van 's Lands zeedienst", in: G.M.W. Acda, Ph.M. Bosscher, N.D.B. Habermehl, H.E. Kuipers en G.J.A. Raven, Tot een rechtschapen en kloke zeeman toe te rusten (1785-1985). Tweehonderd jaar kweekschool voor de zeevaart en hogere zeevaartschool Amsterdam (Zutphen 1985) 209.
  • Molhuysen, P.C., en P.J. Blok (redactie), Nieuw Nederlandsch Biografisch Woordenboek. Deel 4. (Leiden 1918) 129.

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Philip Jacob van der Goes

MALE
Den Haag, Netherlands 05-03-1752 - Loosduinen, Netherlands 12-09-1831

Member Group(s)

  • Genootschaps-lid

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  • Goes, Philippus Jacobus van der

BIO

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Occupation

  • member 1814 - 1831 - Nationale Rekenkamer
  • schepen 1774 - 1779, Brielle
  • secretary 1779 - 1795 - Provinciale Rekenkamer van Holland

Education

  • law student  - 1803 - Hogeschool Leiden

Membership

Provenance

  • Naamen der leden van het Gezelschap, ter beoeffening der proefondervindelijke natuurkunde (Den Haag 1795).
  • Naamen der leden van het Gezelschap, ter beoeffening der proefondervindelijke wysbegeerte (Den Haag 1800).
  • Naamen der leden van het Gezelschap, ter beoeffening der proefondervindelijke wysbegeerte (Den Haag 1803).
  • Naamlijst der leden van de Maatschappij voor natuur- en letterkunde (Den Haag 1809).
  • Naamlijst der leden van de Maatschappij voor natuur- en letterkunde (Den Haag 1814).
  • Naamlijst der leden van de Maatschappij voor natuur- en letterkunde (Den Haag 1824).
  • http://www.parlementairdocumentatiecentrum.nl/id/vg09llyrxpzk (26-05-14).

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Marinus de Jonge van Ellemeet

MALE
Amsterdam, Netherlands 06-09-1774 - Den Haag, Netherlands 14-06-1824

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  • Genootschaps-lid

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BIO

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Highest degree: mr.

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Occupation

  • director at Koninklijke Staatsloterij 1816 - 1824

Education

  • law student  - 1776 - Hogeschool Leiden

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Johannes Antonius Schiefbaan

MALE
Delft, Netherlands 20-01-1759 - Den Haag, Netherlands 25-01-1826

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  • Genootschaps-lid

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N/A

BIO

Dissertation: N/A

Highest degree: mr.

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Residence

  • Den Haag 
  • Harderwijk 

Occupation

  • lawyer 1784, Den Haag
  • councillor, alderman and mayor (1822-1824) 1811 - 1826, Den Haag

Education

  • law student  - 1784 - Hogeschool Harderwijk

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Jan Pieter van Wickevoort Crommelin

MALE
Haarlem, Netherlands 14-07-1763 - Haarlem, Netherlands 06-05-1837

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  • Genootschaps-lid

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BIO

Dissertation: De summo imperio, sociis Trajectinis inter se non communi, sed cuique in sua provincia competente (1782)

Highest degree: doctorate

Fields of interest:
Biography:
He was a "regent" who had a lot of administrative functions both on municipal level and national. Next to that, he had a lot of secondary positions in de "schutterijen" and in learned societies.

Because of his refusal in 1799 to take a seat in the "vertegenwoordigend lichaam" en after rejection of his reasons, the right to vote was taken away of him.

Residence

  • Amsterdam 
  • Haarlem 

Occupation

  • member  - provisional council Amsterdam
  • member 1814 - 1822 - Tweede Kamer der Staten-Generaal
  • member 1825 - 1837 - Eerste Kamer der Staten Generaal
  • schout 1782 - 1790, Bloemendaal
  • gedeputeerde ter Staten-Generaal 1795 - 1796
  • directeur-generaal der publieke schuld 1808
  • kanselier in het kabinet van koning Lodewijk Napoleon 1808 - 1810
  • minister of Foreign Affairs 1810
  • president 1817 - 1818 - Tweede Kamer der Staten-Generaal
  • member and president (1796) 1796 - 1797 - Eerste Nationale Vergadering
  • member in buitengewone dienst 1822 - 1837 - Raad van State

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Abraham van Stipriaan Luïscius

MALE
Oudewater, Netherlands 10-10-1753 - Delft, Netherlands 02-05-1829

Member Group(s)

  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)
  • Genootschaps-lid
  • KNAW-Lid

Variant Names

  • Luiscius, Stipriaan
  • Stipriaan Luiscius, Abraham van

BIO

Dissertation: N/A

Highest degree: doctor

Fields of interest:
Biography:
In 1788 the Medical Doctor Van Stipriaan Luïscius was a lecturer of chemistry (1789) in Delft. He won various scientific competitions. He was the inventor and maker of a kind of bathometer (depth gange). In 1805 he published a description of that instrument.

Collections: Universiteitsmuseum Utrecht (wine ganging rod and a bathometer (depth gange), Museum Boerhaave Leiden (two portrets and a prize medal).

Residence

  • Delft 1788 - 1814~

Occupation

  • Doctor Medicinae 1788, Delft
  • Lecturer chemistry 1789 - Universiteit Leiden, Delft
  • inventor of scientific instruments 1800~, Delft

Education

  • Student of Medicine 1784 - 1788 - Universiteit Leiden, Leiden

Provenance

  • Stipriaan Luïscius, A. van, Algemene Vergadering Instituut 1829, p. 22-23 door J. Teissedre L’Ange; Verslagen Instituut Klasse I, 1829, p. 6-8 door H.C. Boon van der Mesch.
  • Rooseboom, M., Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Stipriaan Luïscius, A. van, Description d'une sonde de mer ou bathomètre, qui pourra servir à sonder toutes les profondeurs des mers, précédée d'un coup d'oeil géologique sur la terre (La Haye 1805).
  • Doorman, G. , Octrooien voor uitvindingen in de Nederlanden uit de 16e-18e eeuw ('s-Gravenhage 1940).
  • Stipriaan Luïscius, A. van, Kort vertoog over de noodzakelijkheid en de mogelijkheid om de verspreiding der kinderziekte aanmerkelijk te verminderen, en de besmetting daarvan krachtdadiger en zekerder te beletten : eene bijdrage tot de geneeskundige staatsregeling (Delft 1826).
  • Naamlijst der leden van de Maatschappij voor natuur- en letterkunde (Den Haag 1809).
  • Naamlijst der leden van de Maatschappij voor natuur- en letterkunde (Den Haag 1814).
  • Naamlijst der leden van de Maatschappij voor natuur- en letterkunde (Den Haag 1824).

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Jan Steven Verspyk

MALE
Culemborg, Netherlands 27-08-1758 - Breda, Netherlands 06-04-1824

Member Group(s)

  • Genootschaps-lid

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  • Verspyck, Jan Steven

BIO

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Biography:
"Oud Onderkoopman" (1793), also " kapitein der infanterie", "Raad in de Vroedschap van Breda", "Schepen van Breda".

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Occupation

  • Oud Onderkoopman 1793~, Batavia
  • Kapitein der Infanterie 
  • Raad in de vroedschap van Breda, Schepen van Breda , Breda

Education

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Provenance

  • Verhandelingen van het Bataviasch Genootschap (1794), 4 and 9.
  • Parlementair Documentatie Centrum [Universiteit Leiden], Link: http://www.parlementairdocumentatiecentrum.nl/id/vg09lltws4yc (last checked: 21-02-2017)

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Jan Nicolaas van Eys

MALE
Amsterdam, Netherlands 05-05-1743 - Haarlem, Netherlands 10-05-1818

Member Group(s)

  • Genootschaps-lid
  • KNAW-Lid

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N/A

BIO

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Residence

  • Amsterdam 1798~

Occupation

  • merchant 
  • bewindhebber 1787 - Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie
  • alderman 1804 - 1805, Amsterdam
  • adjunct-maire 1811 - 1813, Amsterdam

Education

N/A

Provenance

  • “Naamlijst”, in: Redenvoering en feestzang ter gelegenheid der vijf-en-twintigste verjaaring van de oprichting des genootschaps onder de zinspreuk: Concordia et Libertate (Amsterdam 1773).
  • Molhuysen, P.C., en P.J. Blok (redactie), Nieuw Nederlandsch Biografisch Woordenboek. Deel 8. (Leiden 1930) 521.
  • “Naamlijst”, in: Feestviering ter vijftigste verjaaring van het genootschap onder de zinspreuk: Concordia et Libertate (Amsterdam 1798).
  • https://hart.amsterdam/nl/page/2703

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Pieter Houttuin

MALE
Hoorn, Netherlands 19-06-1771 - Hoorn, Netherlands 10-12-1847

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  • Genootschaps-lid

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Residence

  • Hoorn 1798~ - 1846~

Occupation

  • merchant , Hoorn

Education

N/A

Membership

Provenance

  • “Naamlijst der leden van het wiskundig genootschap”, in: Wiskunstige oefeningen (Amsterdam 1809).
  • “Naamlijst der leden des genootschaps”, in: Wiskunstig mengelwerk (Amsterdam 1798).
  • http://www.parlementairdocumentatiecentrum.nl/id/vg09llv6nrd5
  • “Naamlijst der leden van het wiskundig genootschap”, in: Verzameling van wiskundige voorstellen (Amsterdam 1830).
  • “Naamlijst der leden van het wiskundig genootschap”, in: Verzameling van nieuwe wiskundige voorstellen (Amsterdam 1841).
  • “Naamlijst der leden van het wiskundig genootschap”, in: Verzameling van nieuwe wiskundige voorstellen (Amsterdam 1846).

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Cornelius Constantinus van Valkenburg

MALE
Haarlem, Netherlands 06-01-1764 - Haarlem, Netherlands 26-01-1847

Member Group(s)

  • Genootschaps-lid

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Variant Names

  • Valkenburg, Cornelis Constantijn van

BIO

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Residence

  • Haarlem 1788~ - 1809~

Occupation

  • mayor 1816 - 1824, Haarlem
  • wethouder 1824 - 26-01-1847, Haarlem

Education

  • student Roman and contemporary law  - 28-09-1784 - Hogeschool Leiden, Leiden

Provenance

  • “Naamlijst der heeren leden des genootschaps”, in: Wiskunstige verlustiging (Amsterdam 1793).
  • “Naamlijst der heeren leden des genootschaps”, in: Kunst-oefeningen over verscheide nuttige onderwerpen (Amsterdam 1788).
  • “Naamlijst der leden des genootschaps”, in: Wiskunstig mengelwerk (Amsterdam 1802).
  • “Naamlijst der leden van het wiskundig genootschap”, in: Wiskunstige oefeningen (Amsterdam 1809).
  • “Naamlijst der leden des genootschaps”, in: Wiskunstig mengelwerk (Amsterdam 1798).
  • http://www.parlementairdocumentatiecentrum.nl/id/vg09llx426sp

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Martinus van Marum

MALE
Delft, Netherlands 20-03-1750 - Haarlem, Netherlands 26-12-1837

Member Group(s)

  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)
  • Genootschaps-lid
  • KNAW-Lid

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BIO

Dissertation: Quousque motus fluidorum et caeterae quaedam animalium et plantarum functiones consentiunt

Highest degree: med. doctor

Fields of interest:
Biography:
Martinus van Marum was the son of Petrus van Marum and Cornelia van Oudheusden. The van Marum family stemmed from Groningen and belonged to the Reformed church. His father was land surveyor and agricultural specialist. From 1744 to 1764 he owned a delftware factory art Delft where he worked as master potter. Van Marum attended the primary school and Latin school at Delft. After the return of the family to Groningen, in 1664, he matriculated at Groningen university to study philosophy and medicine.
Among his teachers there were Petrus Camper (medicine and botany), Dionysius van de Wijnpersse (physics), Wouter van Doeveren (medicine, chemistry, and mineralogy), and Antonius Brugmans (philosophy, physics, and mathematics). Especially Camper was very influential, his views on botany aroused in van Marum a life-long interest in plants, and friendship with Camper until the latter's death in 1794. Contrary to the then common taxonomical studies, Camper advocated the study of the anatomy and physiology of the plant. In 1773 van Marum obtained the doctor's degree in philosophy on a highly praised thesis about the sap streams in plants. Later that year he graduated in medicine on a thesis in which he compared the physiology of sap streams in plants and animals.
Aspiring to a job as professor in botany van Marum was very disappointed when he was not elected to succeed Camper. He immediately turned his interests to the field of electricity. In 1776 he published a report on the technical improvements he introduced to the electrical machine. In the same year he went to Haarlem where he set up as a general practitioner (until 1780). The city of Haarlem appointed him as municipal lecturer in philosophy and medicine in 1776. Van Marum took this matter seriously: until 1780 he gave 52 public lectures on physical topics. In the context of Teyler's Foundation (see later) he would give another 163 lectures (until 1803). Until 1797 his subjects were mainly of a physico-chemical and technical nature, later he treated geological, mineralogical, and palaeontological issues.
In 1781 van Marum married the extremely wealthy printer's daughter Joanna Bosch (1739-1821), which made his possible for him to devote his life fully to the propagation and popularization of science. Thanks to his continuous and efficient activities, van Marum was able to make Haarlem a very important centre of Dutch science at the end of the eighteenth and the beginning of the nineteenth century. Van Marum used two institutions to reach his goals: the Dutch Society of Sciences (Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen, founded in 1752), and Teyler's Foundation (founded in 1778 by the wealthy menist merchant Pieter Teyler van der Hulst).
Van Marum was appointed director of the Cabinet of Curiosities of the Dutch Society in 1777, he became its perpetual secretary in 1794. In 1784 he was appointed director of Teyler's Cabinet of Physical and Natural Curiosities and Library. All these functions he combined until his death. The personal and institutional wealth of both van Marum and the institutions made it him possible to expand the collections and libraries to a scale that made them famous all over Europe. From 1782 to 1802 he made a number of journeys abroad that brought him much fossil material and minerals. His most famous acquisitions were J.J. Scheuchzer's 'homo diluvii testis', actually a fossil salamander, the fossil Mosasaurus camperi, and Beringer's Lügensteine.
Apart from these activities van Marum was involved in scientific research too. His scientific ideas rested on two pillars: physico-theology, and utility. During the first half of his scientific life physico-theological interests prevailed, especially in his chemical research, his later works were mainly motiviated by utilitarian goals. In the Verhandelingen of Teyler's Foundation Van Marum published the results of many electrical and chemical experiments he had carried out with the largest electrical machine of the time. This spectacular machine was installed in 1784 in Teyler's Museum by its maker, the British instrument maker John Cuthbertson. It had two large, round glass plates each 1.65 metres in diameter. With this electrical machine he tried to discover the relationship between electricity and magnetism. Van Marum was a life long supporter of Benjamin Franklin's one fluid theory of electricity. The new Voltaic pile was quickly adopted by Van Marum, who named it after its Italian inventor.
His most important experiments, however, lay in the field of chemistry. In 1785 was the first to recognize a peculiar odour of electricity, which we now call ozone. Together with Adriaan Paets van Troostwijk he did experiments in the winters of 1785-1786 and 1786-1787 which were concentrated on the new combustion theory of the French chemist Antoine Laurent Lavoisier. These convinced him of the correctness of the new chemisty, and he became a staunch advocate of the Frenchman's ideas. In 1787 he published a summary of this oxidation theory, even before Lavoisier did so himself. With his newly developed gazometer he discovered carbon monoxide.
From 1802 onwards Van Marum's attention shifted to botany, concentrating on South African plants. For the prince of Salm-Dyck he compiled a systematic catalogue of his aloe collection, which reflected his renewed interest in plant systematics and taxonomy. However, his interest in the relation between electricity and magnetism caused him to repeat Oersted's famous experiments in 1822.
Van Marum was always interested in the practical and organisational aspects of science. He issued many competitions to write essays on scientific topics and took care of the publication of the prize-winning ones. During the French reign, king Louis Napoleon asked him, among others, to draft a constitution for a new national scientific institution, the Royal Institute of Science, Literature, and Arts (Koninklijk Instituut van Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schoone Kunsten), which was established in 1808. Until 1836 Van Marum was one of the most active members of this scientific institution. In 1814, the new king of the Netherlands, William I, appointed Van Marum to a commission for the restructuring of higher education, and in 1821 to a commission charged with the exploration of the possibilities of active control of the Dutch rivers.
As a physician Van Marum was a typical representative of the 'Aufklärungsarzt' (Enlightenment physician), who strived to make science and medicine subservient to the interests of society at large. In Van Marum's case this attitude was also stimulated by his belief in a practical form of christianity. Examples are his propagation of the use of pure oxygen to revive drowned persons, the use of steam baths for cholera patients, artificial ventilation in houses, factories and aboard ships, and the improvement of the digestor, originally invented by Denis Papin, to provide the poor with nutritive soups.
Van Marum maintained a large network of scientific contacts and correspondents throughout his life. He was a (corresponding) member of no less than 37 scientific societies in Europe and the United States. Van Marum died on 26 December 1837, honoured by Dutch and French societies, and leaving as his heir a natural son born in 1829.

Designed an electrostatic generator, with the help of Gerhard Kuyper from Groningen. Participated in development of the largest electrical machine of his time, designed by John Cuthberson.

Residence

  • Haarlem 

Occupation

  • Physician 1776 - 1780, Haarlem
  • Director Physisch kabinet and library 1784 - Teylers Museum

Education

  • Student of Medicine and Philosophy 31-12-1764 - 20-08-1773 - Universiteit Groningen, Groningen

Provenance

  • Marum, M. van, Algemene Vergadering Instituut 1838, p. 11-12 door H.H. Klijn; Verslagen Instituut Klasse I, 1839, p. 5-7 door W.S. Swart.
  • “Naamlijst der leden van het Vrijdag’s Gezelschap”, in: Naamlijst der leden van het Vrijdag's Gezelschap, opgerigt te Amsterdam den 17 december van het jaar 1734, onder de zinspreuk: Libertate et Concordia, en eenige gedichten daartoe betrekkelyk (Amsterdam 1812).
  • Molhuysen, P.C., en Fr.K.H. Kossmann (redactie), Nieuw Nederlandsch Biografisch Woordenboek. Deel 10. (Leiden 1937) 588.

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Antonie Christiaan Wynand Staring van den Wildenborch

MALE
Gendringen, Netherlands 24-01-1767 - Vorden, Netherlands 18-08-1840

Member Group(s)

  • Genootschaps-lid
  • KNAW-Lid

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BIO

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Biography:
Writer of the Jaromir-cycle. Antonie Christiaan Winand Staring was born in 1767. At a young age, his parents left for Cape of Good Hope because of his father's job. Young Staring went to live with his family. When his father passed away, his uncle, a minister, became his legal supervisor. In 1783, Staring started studying law in Harderwijk. Soon, he found out that law was not for him. He was more interested in agricultural economics and decided that, although he would finish his education in Harderwijk, would move to Germany to study what he liked best. Staring was also highly interested in poetry and literature. In this, he was inspired by poet Rhijnvis Feith, who also encouraged Staring to publish his own poetry. In 1786 he published Mijne eerste proeven in poezij. His poems and writings usually centered around agriculture and rural life. Upon his return from Gottingen he accepted, although hesitantly, several political offices. Staring was a convinced federalist and detested the centralistic structure of the Batavian Republic. Although his political ideas were clear he preferred to not engage in politics all too much. Instead, he preferred spending time on managing and improving his estate Wildenborch in Vorden (Gelderland). In contrast to being politically active he did enjoy his membership of the Commission for Agriculture in Gelderland. Yet, out of a sense of duty he became mayor of the town of Lochem. Staring was a strong advocate of Gelderland and contributed to a statistical work on the province and also tried to establish a veterinary school in Zutphen, but eventually failed. In 1814 he also was a member of an assembly of notables deciding over the first constitution.

Residence

  • Harderwijk 1783 - 1787
  • Göttingen 1787 - 1789-04
  • Doetinchem 
  • Zutphen 
  • Gouda 

Occupation

  • President 1812 - 1813 - Kantonnale Raad, Lochem

Education

  • Student 1777 - 1783 - Latijnse School Gouda, Gouda
  • Roman and Contemporary Law Student 20-09-1783 - 20-05-1787 - Universiteit Harderwijk, Harderwijk
  • Herbology Student  - Universitat Gottingen, Göttingen

Membership

Provenance

  • Staring van den Wildenborch, A.C.W., Algemene Vergadering Instituut 1840, p. 10-11 door A. des Amorie van der Hoeven.

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Frederik Willem Conrad

MALE
Spaarndam, Netherlands 15-02-1800 - München, Germany 01-02-1870

Member Group(s)

  • KNAW-Lid

Variant Names

N/A

BIO

Dissertation: N/A

Highest degree: N/A

Fields of interest:
Biography:
N/A

Residence

  • Den Haag 

Occupation

N/A

Education

N/A

Membership

Provenance

  • Conrad, F.W., Jaarboek 1870, p. 67-78 door J.W.L. van Oordt.

Publications

N/A

Wiki and VIAF

Wiki Data: N/A
VIAF: http://viaf.org/viaf/305413312

Christianus van Heynsbergen

MALE
Ameide, Netherlands 1788 - 20-03-1847

Member Group(s)

  • Genootschaps-lid
  • KNAW-Lid

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Variant Names

N/A

BIO

Dissertation: N/A

Highest degree: doctorate

Fields of interest:
Biography:
He was professor of mathematics at the "Koninklijke Artillerie en Genieschool" in Delft. He was the first professor of mathematics at the "Koninklijke Instituut voor de Marine" in Medemblik.

Residence

  • Medemblik 1841~ - 1846~
  • Delft 1830~ - [..1841]

Occupation

  • professor voor de Wiskunde 1830~ - [..1841] - Koninklijke Artillerie- en Genieschool, Delft
  • eerste hoogleraar der wiskunde 1841~ - 1850~ - Koninklijk Instituut voor de Marine, Medemblik

Education

  • Art. Lib. Mag. Ph. et Med. Doctor 

Provenance

  • “Naamlijst der leden van het wiskundig genootschap”, in: Verzameling van wiskundige voorstellen (Amsterdam 1830).
  • “Naamlijst der leden van het wiskundig genootschap”, in: Verzameling van nieuwe wiskundige voorstellen (Amsterdam 1841).
  • “Naamlijst der leden van het wiskundig genootschap”, in: Verzameling van wiskunstige opgaven. (Amsterdam 1850).
  • “Naamlijst der leden van het wiskundig genootschap”, in: Verzameling van nieuwe wiskundige voorstellen (Amsterdam 1846).

Publications

N/A

Wiki and VIAF

Wiki Data: N/A
VIAF: http://viaf.org/viaf/291477540

Jan van der Hoeven

MALE
Rotterdam, Netherlands 09-02-1802 - Leiden, Netherlands 10-03-1868

Member Group(s)

  • Genootschaps-lid
  • KNAW-Lid

Variant Names

N/A

BIO

Dissertation: Dissertatio pathologica inaug. de Morbis aurium auditusque

Highest degree: med. doctor

Fields of interest:
Biography:
N/A

Residence

  • Leiden 

Occupation

  • Doctor medicinae  - 1826, Rotterdam
  • lector  - Bataafsch Genootschap der Proefondervindelijke Wijsbegeerte - Rotterdam
  • professor in zoology 1826, Leiden

Education

  • medicine student 1819 - 1824

Membership

Provenance

  • Hoeven, J. van der, Jaarboek 1868, p. 1-34 door P. Harting.
  • A.J. van der Aa, Biographisch woordenboek der Nederlanden. Bijvoegsel (Haarlem) 289.

Wiki and VIAF

Wiki Data: Q322636
VIAF: http://viaf.org/viaf/32760865

Thomas Horsfield

MALE
Bethlehem (PA), United States 12-05-1773 - London, United Kingdom 24-07-1859

Member Group(s)

  • Genootschaps-lid
  • KNAW-Lid

Variant Names

N/A

BIO

Dissertation: N/A

Highest degree: doctorate medicine (1798)

Fields of interest:
Biography:
He was a physician and naturalist who worked extensively in Indonesia, describing numerous species of plants and animals from the region. He was later a curator of the East India Company Museum in London. On the membership list of Bataviaasch Genootschap der Kunsten en Wetenschappen he is called 'Medical Doctor".

In 1802, he was appointed "opperchirurgijn in gouvernementsdienst" with as a task to do research in indigenous spices and plants.

Residence

  • London 

Occupation

  • Medical Doctor 

Education

N/A

Membership

Provenance

  • Short account of the medicinal plants of Java (Batavia 1816).
  • Verhandelingen van het Bataviaasch Genootschap (1814).
  • Over de rivier van Solo in een' brief aan de dirigerende leden van het Bataviasche Genootschap (Batavia 1814).
  • Essay on the geography, mineralogy and botany of the western portion of the territory of the native princes of Java (Batavia 1816).
  • J.P.M. Groot, Van de Grote Rivier naar het Koningsplein (2006).

Publications

N/A

Wiki and VIAF

Wiki Data: Q507763
VIAF: http://viaf.org/viaf/74632590

Antoine César Becquerel

MALE
Châtillon-sur-Loing, France 08-03-1788 - Paris, France 19-01-1878

Member Group(s)

  • KNAW-Lid

Variant Names

N/A

BIO

Dissertation: N/A

Highest degree: N/A

Fields of interest:
Biography:
N/A

Residence

  • Paris 

Occupation

N/A

Education

N/A

Membership

Provenance

  • Ledenlijst in: De leden van de Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen. Een demografisch perspectief: 1808 tot 2008. Kaa, D.J. vam de, Roo, Y. de. KNAW Press (2008)

Publications

N/A

Wiki and VIAF

Wiki Data: Q318004
VIAF: http://viaf.org/viaf/37003689

Jan Frederik van Beeck Calkoen

MALE
Groningen, Netherlands 05-05-1772 - Utrecht, Netherlands 25-03-1811

Member Group(s)

  • Genootschaps-lid
  • KNAW-Lid

Variant Names

  • Calkoen, Jan Frederik van Beeck

BIO

Dissertation: N/A

Highest degree: N/A

Fields of interest:
Biography:
N/A

Residence

  • Utrecht 
  • Amsterdam 
  • Leiden 
  • Utrecht 
  • Gotha 

Occupation

  • Astronomical researcher at Von Zachs observatory , Gotha
  • professor in astronomy 1800 - 1805 - Universiteit Leiden, Leiden
  • professor in astronomy 1805 - Universiteit Utrecht, Utrecht
  • supervisor of the observatory of 1797 - 1801 - Maatschappij van Verdiensten onder de Zinspreuk ‘Felix Meritis’, Amsterdam

Education

  • student  - Latijnse School Amsterdam, Amsterdam
  • student  - Universiteit Utrecht, Utrecht

Provenance

  • Beeck Calkoen, J.F. van, Algemene Vergadering Instituut 1811, p. 15-18 door J.H. van Swinden.
  • Biografisch Woordenboek van Nederlandse Wiskundigen. http://www.bwnw.nl/
  • Zuidervaart, H.J. & R.H. van Gent, Between Rhetoric an Reality: instrumental practices at the Astronomical and Meteorological Observatory of the Amsterdam Society ‘Felix Meritis’, 1789-1889 (Hilversum 2013).

Publications

N/A

Wiki and VIAF

Wiki Data: Q1681777
VIAF: http://viaf.org/viaf/52050341

Johann Gottlieb Walter

MALE
Königsberg, Germany 24-06-1734 - Berlin, Germany 04-01-1818

Member Group(s)

  • KNAW-Lid

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Variant Names

N/A

BIO

Dissertation: N/A

Highest degree: N/A

Fields of interest:
Biography:
J. G. Walter (1734-1818) studied in Königsberg and Berlin, became 1760 Prosector of his teacherMeckel, became 1774 first 'Professur für Anatomie' at the Charité.

He was one of the finest Anatomists of his time.

Residence

  • Berlin 

Occupation

N/A

Education

N/A

Membership

Provenance

  • Ledenlijst in: De leden van de Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen. Een demografisch perspectief: 1808 tot 2008. Kaa, D.J. vam de, Roo, Y. de. KNAW Press (2008)

Publications

N/A

Wiki and VIAF

Wiki Data: Q75229
VIAF: http://viaf.org/viaf/8157585

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Conflicten

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 34, nummer 1 (1971), 1-27

Authors

Tammes, A.J.P.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (28 pagina's, 10.54 M)

Over de doeltreffendheid van monetaire politiek: Nederlandse ervaringen 1954-1969

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 34, nummer 4 (1971), 153-184

Authors

Holtrop, M.W.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (39 pagina's, 17.41 M)

De meervoudige gedetermineerdheid van menselijk gedrag

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 35, nummer 3 (1972), 129-144

Authors

Duijker, H.C.J.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (18 pagina's, 8.15 M)

DE LEEFRUIMTE VAN DE MENS

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 36, nummer 3 (1973), 75-96

Authors

Tammes, A.J.P.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (24 pagina's, 8.83 M)

Maerlants Torec als 'Sleutelroman'

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 36, nummer 5 (1973), 119-195

Authors

Heeroma, K.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (80 pagina's, 28.28 M)

Vom Mesopotamischen Menschen der Altbabylonischen Zeit und seiner Welt

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 36, nummer 6 ( 1973), 199-345

Authors

Kraus, F.R.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (150 pagina's, 56.85 M)

Hendrik IV en het Protest

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 36, nummer 10 (1973), 423-440

Authors

Bachrach, A.G.H.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (20 pagina's, 7.05 M)

Gestaafde en vermeende affiniteiten van het Baskisch

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 9, nummer 2 (1946), 13-24

Authors

Uhlenbeck, C.C.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (16 pagina's, 5.05 M)

DE „COLLEGES" VAN DE OUDERE ENGELSE UNIVERSITEITEN IN DE SPIEGEL VAN DE ENGELSE ROMAN

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 24, nummer 6 (1961), 207-220

Authors

Stockum, T.C. van

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (17 pagina's, 6.22 M)

CLEANTHES OR POSIDONIUS? THE BASIS OF STOIC PHYSICS

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 24, nummer 9 (1961), 265-289

Authors

Solmsen, Friedrich

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (28 pagina's, 11.16 M)

Le Targum De Job De La Grotte 11 De Qumran (11QtgJob). Première Communication

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 25, nummer 9 (1962), 545-557

Authors

Ploeg, J. van der

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (18 pagina's, 6 M)

HET WIJSGERIG ONDERWIJS AAN DE ILLUSTRE SCHOOL TE BREDA (1646-1669)

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 25, nummer 7 (1962), 421-522

Authors

Sassen, F.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (106 pagina's, 39.74 M)

Étude sur les formes métriques du mystère du vieil testament

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 25, nummer 2 (1962), 37-161

Authors

Noomen, W.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (134 pagina's, 41.55 M)

De vindplaatsen van de "Romeinse bronnen"

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 25, nummer 15 (1962), 715-726

Authors

Polman, P.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (14 pagina's, 5.7 M)

De bouw van het Engelse woord

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 4, nummer 8 (1941), 229-306

Authors

Kruisinga, E.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (78 pagina's, 22.63 M)

Cyprianus van Carthago

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 21, nummer 9 (1958), 233-265

Authors

Bakhuizen van den Brink, J.N.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (34 pagina's, 14.79 M)

Het Griekse erfdeel in het werk van Thomas Hardy

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 43, nummer 3 (1980), 63-76

Authors

Kamerbeek, J.C.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (16 pagina's, 5.22 M)

Over het lezen en het boek

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 21, nummer 4 (1958), 75-93

Authors

Dresden, S.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (22 pagina's, 8.08 M)

Eusebeia en de cardinale deugden. Een studie over de functie van Eusebia in het leven der Grieken en haar verhouding tot de ethiek

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 23, nummer 4 (1960), 77-164

Authors

Loenen, D.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (94 pagina's, 34.52 M)

L'ÂME, LE NOUS ET LES HENADES DANS LA THÉOLOGIE DE PROCLUS

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 23, nummer 2 (1960), 29-42

Authors

Grondijs, L.H.

Keywords

N/A

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