Reference numberEL/N1/72
TitleLetter, from Henry Nicholson [to the Royal Society], dated at Dublin
CreatorNicholson; Henry (1650-)
Date10 May 1676
DescriptionDetails of a thunderstorm in the Caribbean and its effects on a magnetical sea card; reasons why there is a change of temperature in America with observations of the weather; details of the construction of Nicholson's hygroscope with deal boards; ideas about respiration; discussing reproduction; discussing a large flying beetle and that figures of it have been sent; concerning the testicles of a musk-quash
Read to the Royal Society on 1 June 1676
Place originDublin, Leinster, Ireland
Origin coordinates53.33306, -6.24889
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Access statusOpen
Related materialPartially printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 11, no 127, p 647
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA462Nicholson; Henry (c 1681 - 1733)c 1681 - 1733
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