Reference numberEL/W3/80
TitleLetter, from Richard Waller to Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
CreatorWaller; Richard (1660-1715); natural philosopher and translator
DateFebruary 1714
DescriptionOn the subject of muscular motion, muscular fibres of whales and the limbs of insects; states that he will pass on any new information to him
Read to the Royal Society on 25 February 1714
Access statusOpen
Related materialSee EL/L4/53 and EL/L4/54 for Leeuwenhoek's letters on this topic
Related records in the catalogueEL/L4/53
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA6739Waller; Richard (c1646 - 1715); natural philosopher and translatorc1646 - 1715
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