Reference numberMS/710/28
TitleLetter from Jonathan Couch, Polperro, to Lovell Squire
Date27 December 1853
DescriptionReturns a paper on dredging, remarking on its usefulness for natural history, since knowledge of the lower classes of marine life may be obtained from the dredge. Thanks for his correspondent's hints on the fig tree and asks if he has seen anything written on the subject of inscribed rocks of the Sinai.
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