Reference numberJS/4/36v
TitleHygrometer, Air pump
DescriptionPen drawing, n.s. marked "J SMeaton London 1758"
Inscribed in the hand of John Farey: See Mr Smeaton's paper on a new hydrometer, Phil. Trans. 1771, Volume 61, page 201, or his printed papers [Reports] IV, 162, and;

Description of my air pump according to a description to be given into the Royal Society April 1748
Perspective sketches, n.s.
Inscribed in the hand of John Farey: 1st Sketch of Smeaton's air pump made by Mr Wilson 1748 [see Phil. Trns. Volume 47, Article 69. Reprinted in Reports, IV, 1]
Extent1 sheet
Physical descriptionPaper
Access statusOpen
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