Reference numberMC/3/198
TitleLetter from [Carl Friedrich Philipp] von Martius, Munich, to John Frederic Daniell, Foreign Secretary of the Royal Society
Date6 January 1842
DescriptionRequesting an enumeration of all of the Academy's publications received by the Royal Society, in order to fill any potential gaps. These publications include the memoirs, 'Denkschriften und Abhandlungen', as well as its periodical, 'Gelehrte Anzeigen'. Martius goes into detail about the work and collaboration currently undertaken by natural philosophy peers, such as Steinheil and Röding.
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5711Martius; Carl Friedrich Philipp von (1794 - 1868)1794 - 1868
NA8195Daniell; John Frederic (1790 - 1845); physicist1790 - 1845
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