Reference numberEL/I1/181
TitleLetter, from Maurice Jones to Edward Lhwyd
CreatorJones; Maurice (1663-); rector of Dolgellau [Dolegelley]; canon of St Asaph
DescriptionAccount of the unusual burning of hayricks at Harleigh
Read to the Royal Society on 21 February 1693
Place originDolgellau, Gwynedd, Wales
Origin coordinates52.7432, -3.88508
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NotesLhwyd also spelt Lloyd and Lhuyd
Access statusOpen
Related materialPartially printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 18, no 208, p 50
EL/L5/120-122 where Edward Lhwyd recounted these events to Martin Lister
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7782Lhuyd; Edward (1660 - 1709); naturalist and antiquary1660 - 1709
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