Reference numberMM/20/49
TitleLetter from Joseph Priestley to Josiah Wedgwood
Date26 June 1791
DescriptionAdmiring the plan of experiments mentioned on light and heat and thinks they are as much open to investigation as air. Priestley believes the experiments will be laborious but worthwhile. Wedgwood is kind to enquire about the subscription list to Priestley's experiments which is variable. Priestley states it is impossible for Priestley to accept more from the same family but would be happy to see him.
Extent2 sides
Access statusOpen
Related materialSee Priestley and Wedgwoood correspondence, MM/5/1-33.
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8274Priestley; Joseph (1733 - 1804)1733 - 1804
NA8026Wedgwood; Josiah (1730 - 1795); potter1730 - 1795
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