Reference numberEL/A/60
TitleExtract of a letter, from J[Joseph] Atwell to Thomas Woodford, dated at Rome
Date14 April 1730
DescriptionAtwell gives notice that Gravesande of Leyden has published an answer to Dr Clark about the force of moving bodies and that Mr Bradley's hypothesis has not been received well by the Italians

Subject: Physics

Read to the Royal Society on 7 May 1730
Extent1 side
Place originRome, Latium, Italy
Origin coordinates41.89193, 12.51133
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueLBO/19/149
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA164Woodford; Thomas (- 1759) - 1759
NA5016Atwell; Joseph (c 1696 - 1768)c 1696 - 1768
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