Record

Reference numberCLP/9i/14/2
LevelItem
TitleDrawing, 'The Stratifera of Dartmoor towards the west' by Dr [Edward?] Cotton
Date[1664]
DescriptionTopographical map of mines in Dartmoor showing the stratifera which typically run east to west.

Associaterd with the paper 'An Account concerning the Tin mines in Devonshire', figure appears on page 3 (see CLP/9i/14/1)

Read to the Royal Society on 25 May 1664

Subject: Geology / Industry / Mining
LanguageEnglish
Extent1p
FormatDrawing
Physical descriptionPencil and red chalk on paper with annotations in ink
Dimensions215x306mm
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1671.0004
Figure is printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 6, no 69 (1671), p 2096. Printed figure accompanies a different account of Devon tin mines, printed in Philosophical Transactions as 'An accompt of some mineral observations touching the mines of Cornwal and Devon; wherein is described the art of trayning a load; the art and manner of digging the ore; and the way of dressing and of blowing tin: communicated by an inquisitive person, that was much conversant in those mines' (see original paper at CLP/9i/19)
Related records in the catalogueCLP/9i/19
CLP/9i/14
CLP/9i/14/1
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA3346Cotton; Edward (c1616 - 1675); clergymanc1616 - 1675
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