Reference numberMC/1/11
TitleLetter from Christopher [Jowitt?], Teignmouth, Devon, to the Fellows of the Royal Society
Date23 August 1802
DescriptionRegarding the fresh water cycle of condensation and precipitation and a hypothesis on reasons for the Caspian Sea, the Sea of Aral and the Black Sea being salt water rather than fresh. The creator lays out some geological and geographical observations in support of his theory.
NotesThe following item (/12) in this sequence is missing.
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