Reference numberRBC/1/13
Alternative reference numberRBC.1.56
Title'A Brief Account of the Supposed Rain of Wheat' by Colonel Tuke
Date1 August 1661
Description'On the 30th of May 1661 Mr Henry Puckering Sonne to Sir Henry Puckering of Warwick brought some papers of seeds resembling wheate to the King, with a letter written by Mr William Halyburton dated the 27th May from Warwick out of which letter I have made this Extract'

On examination, seeds were found to be ivy berries eaten and voided by starlings
Extent2 sides
Access statusOpen
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