Reference numberCB/1/1/105
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.32
TitleLetter from Sir Joseph Banks, Revesby Abbey to Charles Blagden, Gower Street, Bedford Square, London
Date26 October 1784
DescriptionThanks him for his account of Lunardi's flight and comments on Blanchard and Sheldon - discusses conduct of Faujas St Fond in Scotland - discusses when he will come to town and gives instructions for first meeting of the Royal Society, which he will miss - asks him and Planta to open the election letter and gives instructions - discusses his potentially rabid dog.
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen
Related materialItem 124, The Banks Letters, A Calendar of the manuscript correspondence of Sir Joseph Banks preserved in the British Museum... London, 1958.
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8116Banks; Sir; Joseph (1744 - 1820); Naturalist1744 - 1820
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