# Author:John Wallis

←Author Index: Wa | John Wallis (1616–1703) |

English mathematician given partial credit for the development of infinitesimal calculus |

## WorksEdit

- "A letter to the Publisher, concerning the Variety of the Annual High-Tydes, as to several places; with respect to his own Hypothesis, deliver'd N°. 16, touching the Flux and the Reflux of the Sea." in Philosophical Transactions, 3, pp. 652–653

- "Another Letter written by the same Hand, concerning some Mistakes, to be found in a Book lately publish'd under the Title of SPECIMINA MATHEMATICA Francisci Du Laurens, especially touching a certain Probleme, affirm'd to have been proposed, by Dr. Wallis, to the Mathematicians of all Europe, to solve it." in Philosophical Transactions, 3, pp. 654–655

- A Letter of Dr. John Wallis to Samuel Pepys Esquire, Relating to Some Supposed Imperfections in an Organ (1753) (transcription project) from the Journal of Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775), Vol 20, pp 249–256

## Works about WallisEdit

- "Wallis, John (1616-1703)," in
*Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900*, London: Smith, Elder, & Co. (1885–1900) in 63 vols. - "Wallis, John," in
*Encyclopædia Britannica*(11th ed., 1911) - "John Wallis," in
*Men of Kent and Kentishmen*(pp. 139−140), by John Hutchinson, Canterbury: Cross & Jackman (1892)

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