Reference numberAP/16/11
TitleA general fluent for every section, also a disproof of Kepler's law of the relation of the periodic times to the mean distances of the planets, and a disproof of the principles of the lunar tables
DescriptionCovering letter and paper written at 46 Cromer Street Grays Inn Road dated 11 April 1833 by Richard Edwards (3 sides)
Attached is a printed pamphlet entitled 'An Absolute Demonstration othat the Lunar Tables from which the nautical and other almanacks are computed and also the ephemerides are totally erroneous and quite uselss. Also, Directions fort the Observations to be made in order to construct new and correct tables of the Moon's Motions' By Richard Edwards 1832 (8 sides)
Extent14 sides
Access statusOpen
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