Reference numberEL/L5/112
TitleGottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, dated at Vienna, to John Chamberlayne
CreatorLeibniz; Gottfried Wilhelm (1646-1716); German philosopher; mathematician
Date28 April 1714
DescriptionDiscussing the way in which he has been treated by Isaac Newton and the Royal Society
Notes at end read: 'This is a true and exact copie of the letter produced by Mr Chamberlaine, examined by me Rici Waller', 'and by me Edm Halley'
Read to the Royal Society on 20 May 1714
Extent2 sides
Place originVienna, Wien, (Austrian Imperial Circle) Austria, (Holy Roman Empire)
Origin coordinates48.20849, 16.37208
Access statusOpen
Related materialEnglish translation see EL/L5/113
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8450Leibniz; Gottfried Wilhelm von (1646 - 1716); mathematician and natural philosopher1646 - 1716
NA6747Chamberlayne; John (c 1666 - 1723)c 1666 - 1723
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