Reference numberEL/S1/135
TitleLetter from Edward Smyth, dated at Trinity College, Dublin
CreatorSmyth; Edward (1662-1720); Bishop of Down and Connor; vice-chancellor, Dublin University; chaplain to William III
Date13 April 1687
DescriptionEncloses the minutes of the Dublin Philosophical Society from 24 May 1686 to 11 April 1687
Expressing wish to continue corresponding with the Society

Read to the Royal Society on 13 July 1687

Minutes give details about the weather in Dublin, concerning a woman who was revived with 'sal armoniack' after she was believed to be drowned, the effects of thunder and lightning on a woman, concerning Molyneux's new dial
Extent8 sides
Place originTrinity College, University of Dublin, Dublin, Leinster, Republic of Ireland
Origin coordinates53.33306, -6.24889
Access statusOpen
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
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