Reference numberRBO/14/12
Alternative reference numberRBO.14.31
Title'An account of some observations relating to natural history made in a journey to the Peak in Derbyshire by John Martyn'
DescriptionDetails of plants found in the Peak district - that the Peak was notable for seven places - Chatsworth, seat of the Duke of Devonshire, Mamtor, Elden hole, the ebbing and flowing well, a Buxton well, Peak's hole, and Pool's hole
Details about the geology of the area - about the lead mines
Read to the Royal Society on 13 February 1728
Extent9 sides
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8396Martyn; John (1699 - 1768)1699 - 1768
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