Reference numberMC/8/31
TitleLetter from Josh [Joseph] Baxendell, Cheetam Hill, Manchester, to Lieut-General Edward Sabine, President of the Royal Society
Date22 March 1867
DescriptionRegarding the proposed suspension of storm warnings and the Society's work in reference to the meteorological department of the Board of Trade. Baxendell criticises the lack of mention of observatories in the UK within the Society's correspondence with the Board of Trade on this matter and he expresses surprise at the recommendation of a new public observatory at a short distance from the existing one at Greenwich.
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NA6668Baxendell; Joseph (1815 - 1887)1815 - 1887
NA8279Sabine; Sir; Edward (1788 - 1883)1788 - 1883
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