Reference numberMC/1/137
TitleLetter from an unknown correspondent, to William Thomas Brande, Secretary of the Royal Society
Date23 November 1825
DescriptionRegarding a possible loan of the clock attached to the pendulum at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich to Captain P. [Parker] King (His Majesty's Surveying Vessel 'Adventure') for his surveying expedition to South America and pendulum experiments.
Letter entered into the Minutes of Council on 24 November 1825.
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Related records in the catalogueCMO/10
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NA3249Brande; William Thomas (1788 - 1866)1788 - 1866
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