Reference numberMS/710/31
TitleLetter from Henry Thomas de la Beche, Truro, to John Enys, Enys, near Penryn
Date27 March 1836
DescriptionThanks for news of Robert Were Fox's discoveries on mineral formation, giving comments upon them. Believes they could be presented first to some Cornish meeting, without prejudicing their appearance in the Philosophical Transactions. Requests help on granite for the tomb of a late officer of the Ordnance. Brief notes on the Museum for Economic Geology and on Davies Gilbert's health.
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NA3398Beche; Sir; Henry Thomas de la (1796 - 1855)1796 - 1855
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