Reference numberMS/710/37
TitleLetter from Robert Were Fox, Falmouth, to Davies Gilbert MP, Bridge Street, Westminster
Date1 March 1831
DescriptionSends Gilbert a paper on magnetic observations which he wishes to present to the Royal Society under Gilbert's auspices ['On the variable intensity of terrestrial magnetism and the influence of the Aurora Borealis upon it', read 17 March 1831, Phil Trans v121]. Comments upon other papers he has read and reference to a letter he has sent to the Philosophical Magazine defending his position on the question of temperature of the Earth.
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NA6084Fox; Robert Were (1789 - 1877); geologist and physicist1789 - 1877
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