Reference numberAP/6/17
TitleUnpublished letter, on the universe and all possible worlds from Seüel to unknown recipient
Date21 November 1798
DescriptionLetter by Seüel containing an 'abridged' version of his theory of the universe and all possible worlds, based on his observations of the solar system. His theory focuses the forces or 'currents' that connect all planets and worlds, these entities following the laws that govern bodies moving through liquids.

Subject: Philosophy / Astronomy

Written by Seüel at Richmont [Richemont, Moselle, France].
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
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