Reference numberCLP/6/55
TitlePaper, concerning wells that makes noise when there is a change in the weather by unknown author
Date[c17th century]
DescriptionPaper describing a well on the property of the Marquis de St Simon that makes a sound when the weather changes from good to bad and vice versa. The author describes a well of a similar depth in a nearby village that never makes noise, and a third well in another nearby village called Villeneuve that makes a noise at similar times and accumulates dust from the road, expelling the dust when the weather turns nice.

Subject: Acoustics / Meteorology
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
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