Reference numberMS/257/2/1
Alternative reference numberSa.383
Previous numbersES2/1/383
TitleLetter from John Frederic Daniell, Norwood to James Clark Ross
Date5 August 1839
DescriptionDaniell informs Ross he has always obtained his ‘ether’ from [John Frederick] Newman, who has received an order to supply Ross’s expedition [reference to the Antarctic expedition] and observations. Daniell’s lectures start tomorrow in Addiscombe, however he will postpone a lecture to be present for the committee of the council. Daniell will meet officers of the fixed observatories at the Royal Society in regard to their instruments.
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8195Daniell; John Frederic (1790 - 1845); physicist1790 - 1845
NA7948Ross; Sir; James Clark (1800 - 1862)1800 - 1862
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