|Title||Marten Triewald to John Desaguliers|
|Creator||Triewald; Marten (1691-1747); Swedish merchant; engineer; amateur physicist; director of mechanics and military architect, Sweden |
|Date||1 November 1732|
|Description||Explanation of his improvement to the diving bell|
Figure of diving bell with flap
|Related material||Printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 39, no 444, p 377|
The Library has a translation of Triewald's the 'Use of the art of living under water' (1741) see:
TRIEWALD, Marten; CROFT, C.J.L., et al., trans.
The art of living under water ... together with the 'Use of the art of living under water' (1741) translated into English by C.J.L. Croft, Lars Gustafsson and Michael Kahan; with a life of the author, based on an essay by the late Captain Bo Cassel ... and an introduction and commentary by Michael Fardell and Nigel Phillips
London: Historical Diving Society, 2004, 96p. illus. port. facsims.
|URL description||Also available on Early Modern Letters Online|
Fellows associated with this archive
|NA8419||Desaguliers; John Theophilus (1683 - 1744); natural philosopher||1683 - 1744|
|NA4908||Triewald; Martin (1691 - 1747)||1691 - 1747|