Reference numberPT/19/11
TitleLetter, regarding tides in Sheerness from J [James] Mitchell to John Augustus Lloyd
Date6 June 1830
DescriptionLetter from James Mitchell, master millwright at Sheerness Yard, to John Augustus Lloyd regarding tidal observations in Sheerness. Relates to Lloyd's paper titled 'An account of operations carried on for ascertaining the difference of level between the River Thames at London Bridge and the sea; and also for determining the height above the level of the sea, &c. of intermediate points passed over between Sheerness and London Bridge'.

Subject: Hydrography

This letter was not published in Philosophical Transactions.

Written by Mitchell in Sheerness Yd [Yard] and addressed to Lloyd at White Hall Place, Gravesend [London].
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related records in the cataloguePT/19/10
Fellows associated with this archive
NA1394Lloyd; John Augustus (1800 - 1854)1800 - 1854
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