Reference numberMS/119/2/132
TitleLetter from James Clark Ross, Lowestoft to Humphrey Lloyd
Date21 August 1857
DescriptionRoss notes that he has observations at 30 stations at 40 miles apart, however some vary in distance, in the east of England, Weymouth, Dorset and Flamborough Head. Ross is satisfied with the observations, and Jones statical method works pleasantly. Ross notes ‘any old Hansteen’ gives very good results. Ross discusses preparation for a meeting and reminisces about his travels and ‘railway journey’.
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7948Ross; Sir; James Clark (1800 - 1862)1800 - 1862
NA8252Lloyd; Humphrey (1800 - 1881)1800 - 1881
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