Fonds Bland - Papers of Miles Bland

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GB 275 Bland


Papers of Miles Bland


  • 1801-1849 (Circa) (Creation)

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19 boxes paper

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Miles Bland was born in Sedbergh in 1786. He attended Sedbergh School before entering St John's College, where he graduated BA, as second wrangler, in 1808. Bland was elected to a Fellowship of the College in the same year, and later became Tutor, Moderator and Public Examiner in Mathematics. He published various Biblical commentaries and mathematical textbooks, and was a Fellow of the Royal Society, the Society of Antiquaries, and the Royal Astronomical Society. He died in 1867.

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Notebooks on mathematical, classical, and theological subjects; notes on examinations; printed books.

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Preferred citation: St John's College Library, Papers of Miles Bland

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28 Aug 2007




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