Reference numberAP/16/24
TitleAux Illustres Comissaires perpetuels, constitues par le Parlement de Grande Bretagne pour examiner, essaier et juger de toute invention ou proposition tendante vers la decouverte de Longitude in Mer
DescriptionWritten at St Petersburg by Jean Lobatschewsky to the Board of Longitude on 28 March 1835
Contains four figures
Extent32 sides
Access statusOpen
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