AuthorMISOGALLUS, pseud.
TitleA letter to the Right Honourable Sir Joseph Banks, K.B. President of the Royal Society of London: containing strictures on his letter to the National Institute of France
Place of publicationLondon:
PublisherCobbett and Morgan
Year of publication1802
Class (location)Early FRS (Banks)
KeywordBANKS, Joseph/ Criticism/ HORSLEY, Samuel/ Institut National de France/ Institut de France/ Academie des Sciences/
AbstractFirst separate edition; previously published in Cobbett's Weekly Political Register. Includes (pp.13-14) the text of Banks's letter in French, as it originally appeared in the 'Moniteur', and an advertisement leaf for Cobbett's Weekly Political Register (unnumbered, at rear).
NotesAuthorship usually attributed to Samuel Horsley.
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