|←Author Index: Mi||Jeremiah Milles
|Dean of Exeter and antiquarian|
- Poems supposed to have been written at Bristol in the Fifteenth Century by Thomas Rowley, Priest. With a Commentary (1782)
- Inscriptionum Antiquarum liber alter à Jeremia Milles et Richardo Pococke editus (1752), printed as an appendix, pp. 100–127 of Pococke's work on the same subject.
- Observations on the Wardrobe Account for 1483, the Coronation of Richard III. (1770)
- A Speech delivered to the Society of Antiquaries, 11 Jan. 1781, on their Removal to Somerset House (1781)
Contribution to the Philosophical Transaction of the Royal SocietyEdit
- "An Account of the Carlsbad Mineral Waters in Bohemia" in Philosophical Transactions, 50, pp. 25−30
- "Remarks on the bovey coal" in Philosophical Transactions, 51, pp. 534−553
- "A further account of some experiments made on the Bovey coal" in Philosophical Transactions, 51, pp. 941−944
- "Meteorological observations for 1768, made at Bridgewater in Somersetshire, and at Ludgvan in Mount's-Bay, Cornwall" in Philosophical Transactions, 59, pp. 155−159
- "Meteorological observations for 1769, made at Bridgewater in Somersetshire" in Philosophical Transactions, 60, pp. 228−229
He also contributed numerous papers to the ‘Archæologia.’
Works about MillesEdit
- "Milles, Jeremiah," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.