Reference numberMM/6/79
TitleLetter from E Sparke, London, to Benjamin Robins
Date6 September 1746
DescriptionOn comparison's between "Fowlers Thermometer" and that of Dr Martins.

Sparke also refers to John Lining's paper in 'Philosophical Transactions' (Volume 42, page 500): "Extracts of Two Letters from Dr. John Lining, Physician at Charles-Town in South Carolina, to James Jurin, M. D. F. R. S. Giving an Account of Statical Experiments Made Several Times in a Day upon Himself, for One Whole Year, Accompanied with Meteorological Observations; To Which are Sub-Joined Six General Tables, Deduced from the Whole Year's Course".
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NA2673Robins; Benjamin (1707 - 1751)1707 - 1751
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