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The third letter from W.J. to the Reverend Doctor Wallis, professor of geometry in Oxford
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Life. John Wallis was born in Ashford, was the third of five children of Reverend John Wallis and Joanna Chapman. He was initially educated at a school in Ashford but moved to James Movat's school in Tenterden in following an outbreak of was first exposed to mathematics inat Felsted School (then known as Martin Holbeach's school Education: Felsted School, Emmanuel College.
A Letter of Dr John Wallis, D. Professor of Geometry in the University of Oxford, and Fellow of the Royal Society in London; To Dr Hans Sloane, Secretary to. John Wallis's father was the Reverend John Wallis who had become a minister in Ashford in He was a highly respected man known widely in the area.
The Reverend Wallis married Joanna Chapman, who was his second wife, in and John was the third of their five children. When young John was about six years old his father died. Faith Wallis (ed.), Medieval Medicine: A Reader, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, Pp. xxvii + $ ISBN 1 : Fernando Salmón.
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The letters were in code; Wallis discovered, to his surprise, that he was able to decipher the letters with relative ease. From that point until the end of the war, Wallis was much in demand as a cryptographer.
Inin recognition of his service to the revolution, Parliament appointed Wallis the Savilian professor of geometry at Oxford.
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