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Letter, from Paul Dudley to John Chamberlayne, dated at Roxburg

Reference number: EL/D1/75

Date: 14 April 1722


Concerning an account of a new island that emerged in the Azores which was sent to the Royal Society by Doctor Mather. Dudley says that he sends the observations of and draughts of the island by Captain Robertson and a specimen of the cinders or pumice stones
Read to the Royal Society on 24 May 1722

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Paul Dudley

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Paul Dudley, Letter, from Paul Dudley to John Chamberlayne, dated at Roxburg, 14 April 1722, EL/D1/75, The Royal Society Archives, London,, accessed on 22 June 2024

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