Reference numberCLP/24/40
TitleLetter, from John Collins to Thomas Strode
Date16 July 1672
DescriptionSent to Strode in Wincanton, Somersetshire. Concerns the publications of the Royal Academy of Paris. Collins opens by stating that His Majesty of France has signified a desire for members of the Royal Academy to publish their knowledge. Goes onto suggest to Thomas Strode certain publications that the Royal Academy may be interested in.

Subject: Administration
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA2898Collins; John (1625 - 1683); mathematician and scientific administrator1625 - 1683
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