Reference numberCMB/69
TitleMinutes of the Optical Glass Committee
Date5 May 1825 to 1829
DescriptionCommittee appointed 5 May 1825 by the Committee of the Royal Society for conducting a series of Experiments on the manufacture of Glass for optical purposes ' appointing Mr Dollond, Mr Faraday and Mr Herschel to act as a Subcommittee for the more immediate Superintendnece of the Experiments. '

Besides minutes, these books include transcriptions from the journal of experiments and copies of the reports made to the main com
Extent1 volume
Access statusOpen
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