Reference numberMS/709/40
TitleLetter from Thomas John Newbold, Alexandria, to James De Carle Sowerby, Geological Society Rooms, Somerset House, London
Date30 November 1840
DescriptionIntends to send a short memoir to the Geological Society. Asks Sowerby to identify fossils he has sent in order to date the strata from which they came.Asks for papers on the geology of Asia Minor. He had formerly presented fossils from Egypt to the Geological Society, but these are 'in the crypts'; he asks Sowerby to inspect them. Provides a list of additional fossils that he wishes to present.
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NA7319Newbold; Thomas John (1807 - 1850)1807 - 1850
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