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Reference numberCLP/19/44
LevelItem
TitlePaper, enquiries about Barbary recommended by the Royal Society
Date20 May 1669
DescriptionList of 36 questions regarding Barbary [North Africa]. The first is 'What is the temperature of the air?' Answers to the queries are in records CLP/19/75 to CLP/19/77.
'Though many relations and descriptions of Turky be extant in print, yet they leave in many a desire of fuller information in the following particulars, lately drawn up, for the most part by Mr. H. and recommended to an ingeniuos gentleman, bound for that country; and desired also to be taken notice off by others, that may have occasion to visit the same.'

Subject: Geography/Exploration

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'Inquiries for Turky'.
LanguageEnglish
Extent2p
FormatManuscript
Physical descriptionInk on paper.
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1665.0131
Printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 1, no 20, p360 (1666)
Related records in the catalogueCLP/19/75
CLP/19/76
CLP/19/77
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