Reference numberAP/4
TitleArchived papers: volume 4, scientific papers submitted to the Royal Society unpublished or abstracted, 1762-1780
DescriptionContains 21 papers submitted to the Royal Society but not published at the time of receipt. The papers are arranged alphabetically by author and cover the period of 1762-1780 [spine reads 1768-80]. Includes an index at the beginning of the volume.

Two papers were published in the form in which they appear in this volume:
'An essay, towards elucidating the history of the sea-anemonies' by Jacques-François Dicquemare [fragment only]; and
'Of the electric property of the torpedo' by John Walsh.
ExtentOne volume containing 10 papers, eight letters, one journal, one drawing, and one set of observations
Physical descriptionVellum-covered volume, gilded title on the spine
Dimensions39cm x 26.5cm
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Access statusOpen
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