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Reference numberMM/5/8
LevelItem
TitleLetter from Joseph Priestley, Birmingham, to Josiah Wedgwood
Date21 March 1782
DescriptionOn financial contributions to Priestley's experiments from Wedgwood and Erasmus Darwin and the results of recent experiments into dephlogisticated and inflammable air.

"Before my late experiments phlogiston was indeed almost given up by the Lunar Society but now it seems to be reestablished"
Extent4 sides
FormatManuscript
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA8274Priestley; Joseph (1733 - 1804)1733 - 1804
NA8026Wedgwood; Josiah (1730 - 1795); Potter1730 - 1795
NA6942Darwin; Erasmus (1731 - 1802); physician, botanist and poet1731 - 1802
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