Record

Reference numberPT/73/6/9
LevelItem
TitleDrawings, thermometrical barometer by [Francis John Hyde Wollaston]
Date[1817]
DescriptionPlate 7 showing the fully assembled instrument (figure 7) with details of components including the thermometer and a Vernier scale. The work is inscribed with publication and plate details. Not signed. Royal Society stamp verso.

Subject: Geodesy

Published in Philosophical Transactions as part of paper titled 'Description of a thermometrical barometer for measuring altitudes' by Francis John Hyde Wollaston.

Read to the Royal Society on 6 March 1817.
Extent1p
FormatDrawing
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Dimensions255x201mm
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rspl.1815.0059
DOI: 10.1098/rstl.1817.0014
Related records in the cataloguePT/11/13
URL descriptionDigital version available on The Royal Society Picture Library
URLhttps://pictures.royalsociety.org/image-rs-8647
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA7219Wollaston; Francis John Hyde (1762 - 1823)1762 - 1823
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