Reference numberRBO/20/26
Alternative reference numberRBO.20.234
Title'An Account and Abstract of the Meteorological Diaries communicated to the Royal Society for the years 1729 and 1730' by George Hadley
DescriptionHadley was the successor to William Derham

Lists the diaries that he has received: from Francis Hauksbee at Crane Court, George Lynn at Southwick near Oundle in Northamptonshire, Olave Broman, S Laurelius, Andreas Celsius, Torstanus Wassenius, Conrad Quensel, and A Geringius from Sweden, M Hasiu and J Weidler from Saxony, Poleni from Padua, Mr Bellamy from Bengal, Paul Dudley from Boston in New England, Cyrillus from Naples

Hadley extracted a table from the diaries - explains the table and offers observations of it Read to the Royal Society on 31 March 1737
Extent20 sides
Access statusOpen
Related materialPrinted in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 40, no 447, p 154
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NA5043Hadley; George (1685 - 1768)1685 - 1768
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