Reference numberEL/H3/94
TitleLetter, from Mr [Benjamin] Holloway to Dr [John] Woodward
CreatorHolloway; Benjamin (1691-1759); clergyman, Church of England
Date19 February 1713
DescriptionAccount of a pond between Cambridge and Saffron Walden which was filled with deep-red-coloured water
Read to the Royal Society on 13 May 1714
Place originWillington, Bedford, England, United Kingdom
Origin coordinates52.13409, -0.37235
Access statusOpen
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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