Reference numberCLP/4i/24
TitlePaper, 'Relation of flaming sand in the archipelago from the eruption of Vesuvius (6 December 1631)' by William Baily
DescriptionRead to the Royal Society on 29 August 1666

This came but lately to hand from that knowing person, Mr. Henry Robinson, and was thought fit to be now inserted here, that it might not be lost, though it hath hapned above 30 years ago. It was contained in a letter, (subscribed by Capt. Will. Badily)

Subject: Geology / Vulcanology
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1665.0141
Printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 1, no 21, p 377
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