Reference numberL&P/3/14
TitleLetter, 'Of a petrified Echinus' from James Parsons to the Royal Society
Date9 January 1755
DescriptionSubject: Zoology

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'Remarks upon a petrified Echinus of a singular kind, shewn to the Royal Society, April 24, 1755, by the Reverend Richard Pococke, LL. D. Archdeacon of Dublin, and F. R. S. found on Bunnan's-Land, in the Parish of Bovingdon in Hertfordshire, which is a clay, and supposed to have been brought with the chalk, dug out of a pit in the field'

Read 24 April 1755
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1755.0027
Fellows associated with this archive
NA1240Parsons; James (1705 - 1770)1705 - 1770
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