Reference numberCB/1/6/161
Alternative reference numberBLA.T.4
TitleLetter from Sir Benjamin Thompson, Pall Mall Court to Charles Blagden
Date29 January 1781
DescriptionDiscusses his paper on aurum fulminams and on gunpowder. Clerks are now copying them. He is now working on his last paper on the velocity of bullets - Lord George Gordon has excused him from the Office until it is finished. Thanks Blagden for his assistance.
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8287Thompson; Benjamin (1753 - 1814); Count Rumford; physicist1753 - 1814
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