Reference numberMC/4/59
TitleLetter from Wilhelm Mahlmann, 22 Alte Leipziger Strasse, Berlin, to Sir John Frederick William Herschel, President of the Physical and Meteorological Committee of the Royal Society
Date15 March 1845
DescriptionRequesting an exchange of magnetical and meteorological observations between the Royal Society and offering three volumes of his transactions in advance. Mahlmann also requests some to be forwarded to the Meteorological Society in London.

The back contains a note from Herschel explaining the letter's relevance to the Committee of Physics and Meteorology and to the Foreign Secretary.

[Mahlmann to be added to list of recipients for 'Greenwich Observations' as per 22 May 1845.]
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueCMP/1/194
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8238Herschel; Sir; John Frederick William (1792 - 1871); astronomer1792 - 1871
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