|Title||Letter, from Paul Dudley to the Secretary of the Royal Society, dated at Roxbury |
|Creator||Dudley; Paul (1675-1751); Attorney General of Massachusetts; natural historian |
|Date||13 November 1727|
|Description||Observations of earthquakes in New England, but in particular the one which occurred on 29 October 1727|
Notes are added which are the title and footnote in 'Philosophical Transactions'
Note on back of letter states: 'duplicate sent in 1735 of one sent in 1727'
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|Related material||EL/D1/92 and EL/D1/93|
Printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 39, no 437, p 63
An account by Benjamin Colman to James Jurin on the 1727 earthquake was printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 36, no 409, p 124
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