Reference numberEL/I1/169
TitleAccount of two uncommon mineral substances found in coal mines in Derbyshire as it was given by Francis Jessop to Martin Lister
Date7 January 1674
DescriptionConcerning 'Fungus subterraneous' from Castleton and a white liquor resembling cream which was found at the bottom of a coal pit
Read to the Royal Society on 22 January 1673
Access statusOpen
Related materialPrinted in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 8, no 100, p 6179
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8382Lister; Martin (1639 - 1712); physician and naturalist1639 - 1712
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