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Biography of James Stirling

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Birthname: James Stirling


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Biography of James Stirling:

1692 - James Stirling, born on the 22nd of April in Garden, Stirlingshire, Scotland. James Stirling Scottish mathematician, third son of Archibald Stirling of Garden, and grandson of Sir Archibald Stirling of Keir.

1710 - At eighteen years of age James Stirling went to Oxford, where, chiefly through the influence of the Earl of Mar. 1711 - James Stirling was nominated one of Bishop Warner's exhibitioners at Balliol.

1715 - James Stirling was expelled on account of his correspondence with members of the Keir and Garden families, who were noted Jacobites. 1717 - Appeared his Lineae tertii ordinis Newtonianae, sive, (8vo, Oxford).

1718 - Communicated, through Isaac Newton, to the Royal Society a paper entitled "Methodus differentialis Newtoniana illustrata".

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