Reference numberEL/T/25
TitleLetter, from Richard Towneley to John Collins, dated at Towneley
CreatorTowneley; Richard (1629-1707); mathematician and astronomer
Date29 January 1672
DescriptionConcerns delivery of books; concerning Picard's book on measuring the perimeter of the earth; concerning the table of the compression of air under water printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', volume 6, number 73, page 2192
Place originTowneley, Lancashire, England
Origin coordinates53.77388, -2.22255
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Access statusOpen
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
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NA2898Collins; John (1625 - 1683); mathematician and scientific administrator1625 - 1683
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