Reference numberCLP/25/114
TitlePaper, 'Of the fishery and of an excise upon salt' by John Collins
DescriptionCollins is described as 'accomptant' to the Royal Society. [John Collins' book 'Salt and Fishery, a Discourse thereof' was published in 1682.]

Subject: Agriculture

Mentioned in an article by Robert Plot published in Philosophical Transactions as 'The contents of some letters from two learned and curious observers in Staffordshire, concerning the sand found in the brine of the saltworks of that country &c. sent to the Royal Society by Dr. Rob. Plot. S. R. S'
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1683.0017
Fellows associated with this archive
NA2898Collins; John (1625 - 1683); mathematician and scientific administrator1625 - 1683
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