Reference numberEL/C2/22
TitleJohn Clayton, dated at Wakefield, to Richard Waller
CreatorClayton; John (1657-1725); divine; rector, Jarnestown, Virginia; rector, Crofton; traveller; prebendary of St Michan's, Dublin; dean of Kildare
Date24 November 1693
DescriptionAn account of the birds of Virginia - eagles, hawks, owls, jackdaws, turtle doves
Read to the Royal Society on 3 January 1693
Extent6 sides
Place originWakefield, England, United Kindgom
Origin coordinates53.68331, -1.49768
Access statusOpen
Related materialTranscribed in LBO/28/498
Printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 17, no 206, p 989
For other related articles see 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 17, nos 201 and 205, and vol 18, no 210
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA6739Waller; Richard (c 1646 - ? 1715)c 1646 - ? 1715
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