Reference numberEL/C2/92
TitleFrancois de la Croix, dated at Versailles, to the Royal Society
CreatorSauvages de Lacroix; Franois Boissier de (1706-1776); French physician; botanist
Date7 April 1735
DescriptionConcerning de la Croix's treatise on the mechanism of the motion of floating bodies
Read to the Royal Society on 26 June 1735
Extent3 sides
Place originVersailles, le-de-France, France
Origin coordinates48.8, 2.13333
Access statusOpen
Related materialFor a translation see EL/C2/91
EL/C3/3 is a duplicate
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
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