Reference numberEL/C2/10
TitleJ Caswell to Edmond Halley
CreatorCaswell; John (1655-1712); Savilian professor of astronomy, University of Oxford; admitted servitor, Wadham College, Oxford; vice-principal of Hart Hall, Oxford
Date29 June 1686
DescriptionConcerning the height of Snowden and the height of Slipstones, a hill in Shropshire
Read to the Royal Society on 30 June 1686
Extent1 side
Access statusOpen
Related materialTranscribed in LBO/10/318
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8423Halley; Edmond (1656 - 1742); astronomer1656 - 1742
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