Reference numberMM/10/138
TitleLetter from Charles Morton, Royal Society, to Laurence Sullivan, Chairman, and to the Court of Directors of the East India Company
Date28 November 1761
DescriptionThe letter expresses thanks for the help of the East India Company in aiding the observations of the Transit of Venus, made by representatives of the Society (Nevil Maskelyne and Robert Waddington). Special praise is reserved for the "servants, the Governor and Council" of the Company on St Helena.
Extent3 sides
Access statusOpen
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NA1286Morton; Charles (1716 - 1799)1716 - 1799
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