Reference numberEL/B2/78
TitleJ B, dated at Edinburgh, to Thomas Boner, physician, London
Date12 October 1714
DescriptionInitialled letter with observations about a basin near Edinburgh which had dried up because of a hot summer
Correspondent sent a sample from the basin which is attached
Read to the Royal Society on 28 October 1714
Extent2 sides
Place originEdinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Origin coordinates55.95206, -3.19648
Access statusOpen
Related materialTranscribed in LBO/15/111
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
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