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Reference numberMS/119/1/81
Alternative reference numberMS/119/1 p187-188
LevelItem
TitleLetter from Edward Sabine to Humphrey Lloyd, Trinity College, Dublin
Date26 December 1839
DescriptionThe Report of the Royal Society is currently being completed. The forms for recording magnetic and meteorological observations, drawn up by Captain [John Theophilus] Boileau of the East India Company, will be printed after [John] Herschel has seen them.

A bifilar magnetometer for the Breslau magnetic observatory is to be ordered from Thomas Grubb, the British Association for the Advancement of Science or the Royal Society to pay for it.

A letter from [Charles James Buchanan] Riddell (director of the Toronto magnetic observatory) has been received dated 25th November 1839: a temporary observatory has been established by Riddell in a barracks [at Fort York].
Extent4p
FormatManuscript
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA8252Lloyd; Humphrey (1800 - 1881)1800 - 1881
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