Reference numberMC/1/232
TitleLetter from James Crichton, 5 Great Hamilton Street, Glasgow, to Captain Edward Sabine, Secretary of the Royal Society
Date5 June 1830
DescriptionDescribing the process and function of a specific kind of thermometer, made by Crichton and commissioned by the Meteorological Committee. Crichton additionally refers to two Fellows of the Society resident in Scotland, Professor John [?] Thomson, and Charles Macintosh.
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueMC/1/244
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5450Thomson; John (1765 - 1846)1765 - 1846
NA5481Macintosh; Charles (1766 - 1843)1766 - 1843
NA8279Sabine; Sir; Edward (1788 - 1883)1788 - 1883
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