Reference numberEL/B1/15
TitleExtracts from five letters, from John Beale to Henry Oldenburg and other correspondents
DescriptionEL/B1/15 - 15 March 1662 - discussing life in America and observations about life in Jamaica
EL/B1/15a - 23 January 1656 -discussing C Morley's intended Treatise of Mercury
EL/B1/15b - 30 January 1656 - Beale stating that he has no more of Morley's papers
EL/B1/15c - 23 November 1661 - Beale to Mr Hartlib - concerning an alphabet on five pieces of parchment
EL/B1/15d - 14 December 1661 - Beale to Henry Oldenburg which included a letter to Mr Hartlib saying that he found it necessary to leave the curiosities of theology and then discusses how cider-making in Somerset could be improved
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Related records in the catalogueLBO/27/28
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA3355Beale; John (c1608 - c1683); clergyman and writerc1608 - c1683
NA8001Oldenburg; Henry (c1619 - 1677); scientific correspondentc1619 - 1677
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