Reference numberCLP/5/6
TitlePaper, 'Proposal of the weather, winds and height of the mercury in the barometer, on the first day of the month and of the whole raine in every month in the year 1703 and the beginning of 1704 observed at Towneley in Lancashire by Richard Towneley and at Upminster in Essex by William Derham'
DescriptionAlso records overall weather condition, includin rain.
Subject: Meteorological
Read to the Royal Society on 19 April 1705
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1704.0063
Printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 24 (1704), p 1878
Fellows associated with this archive
NA6239Derham; William (1657 - 1735); naturalist1657 - 1735
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