Record

Reference numberEL/N1
LevelSubSeries
TitleLetters from correspondents in natural philosophy to the Royal Society and its Fellows: 'Early Letters N1'
Date1663-1726
DescriptionOriginal letters and related material on natural philosophy, including illustrative items, sent to the Royal Society for discussion at its meetings and for possible publication in the Philosophical Transactions (from 1665). Letters by Sir Isaac Newton are EL/N1/35 to EL/N1/65
Extent1 volume; 100 items
FormatManuscript
Physical descriptionEL/N1 and EL/N2 are bound in one volume
ArrangementGrouped by correspondent 'N'; then chronologically within the volume.
Access statusOpen
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