Reference numberRBO/14/74
Alternative reference numberRBO.14.284
TitleConcerning a geographical description of the kingdom of Tunis with a postscript relating to the cure of intermittent fevers by Thomas Shaw, Chaplain to the English Factory at Algiers
DescriptionOriginal letter dated 9 July 1729
Engraving of map is attached
Read to the Royal Society on 13 November 1729
Extent7 sides
Access statusOpen
Related materialPrinted in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 36, no 411, p 177
Fellows associated with this archive
NA1114Shaw; Thomas (1694 - 1751)1694 - 1751
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