Reference numberEL/B3/68
TitleLetter, from T[homas] Stack to Philip Zollman
CreatorStack; Thomas (-1756)
Date10 February 1737
DescriptionStack sends a copy of a minute from a meeting of the Royal Society held on 26 January
This states that the Royal Society can do nothing if Baratier keeps his proposal a secret and that the Act of Parliament of 1714, which offered a reward to the person who solved the 'longitude problem', was still in force and would be sent to him
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Access statusOpen
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
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NA1848Zollman; Philip Henry (- c 1748) - c 1748
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