Reference numberEL/T/1
TitleLetter, from Samuel Tuke to the President of the Royal Society
CreatorTuke; Sir; Samuel (-1674); playwright; first baronet
Date26 June 1661
DescriptionConcerning meetings of the French Academy (mentioning Cardinal de Richelieu, de Rubervals, Comte d'Albume, Monmor, Sorbiere); that Henry Puckering of Warwick had brought seeds resembling wheat which he says fell from the sky; concerning some berries sent to Gresham College

Read to the Royal Society on 22 May 1661 and 26 June 1661
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Access statusOpen
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
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NA4977Tuke; Sir; Samuel (c1615 - 1674); 1st Baronet; royalist army officer and playwright c1615 - 1674
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