Reference numberEL/B3/67
TitleTranslation of a letter, from John Philip Baratier to the Royal Society, dated at Hall in Saxony
CreatorBaratier; Jean-Philippe (1721-1740); German scholar
DescriptionConcerning the correspondent's new method for measuring longitude at sea by using existing instruments and observations and that he would elaborate if the Royal Society wished
Place originHalle, (Upper Saxon Imperial Circle) Saxony-Anhalt, Germany), (Holy Roman Empire)
Origin coordinates51.5, 12
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Access statusOpen
Related materialOriginal letter is EL/B3/66
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
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