Reference numberEL/H3/111
TitleLetter, from Benjamin Holloway to John Woodward, dated at Bedford
CreatorHolloway; Benjamin (1691-1759); clergyman, Church of England
Date6 July 1723
DescriptionAccount about fuller's earth (a type of clay used in fulling cloth and as an absorbent) found in pits at Wavendon near Woburn, Bedfordshire
Read to the Royal Society on 21 November 1723
Place originBedford, Bedfordshire, England
Origin coordinates52.13459, -0.46632
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Access statusOpen
Related materialPrinted in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 32, no 379, p 419
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA6100Woodward; John (1665 - 1728); physician, natural historian, and antiquary1665 - 1728
NA5691Holloway; Benjamin (c 1691 - 1759)c 1691 - 1759
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