Reference numberMS/223/52
TitleLetter from Richard Taylor, 7 Wilmington Square, Clerkenwell to C[aleb Burrell] Rose esq
Date30 June 1820
DescriptionThe letter accompanies a copy of his essay which he wishes to exchange for some specimens of diluvial fossils to illustrate the essay. Mentions preparation for an article on the remains of older strata whose fragments are deposited in Norfolk and suffolk and the organic remains appertaining to these. Discusses viewpoints on the red chalk of Hunstanton and Lincolnshire.
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