Reference numberL&P/3/153
TitleLetter, 'Of the causes of earthquakes' from Vitaliano Donati to Abraham Trembley
Date20 March 1756
DescriptionSubject: Geology

English translation published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'Extract of a letter from Dr. Vitaliano Donati, Professor of botany at Turin, to Mr. Abraham Trembley, F. R. S. concerning the earthquakes felt at Turin, December 9, 1755, and March 8, 1756. Translated from the Italian'

Read 29 April 1756
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueL&P/3/155
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7069Donati; Vitaliano (1717 - 1762)1717 - 1762
NA4983Trembley; Abraham (1710 - 1784)1710 - 1784
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