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Letter, from Henry Justel to Edmond Halley

Reference number: EL/I1/110

Date: 01 January 1687


That books by the Jesuit, Father Couplet, have been printed in Paris ('The Morales of Confucius' with the genealogy of the kings of China); concerning Ciampini's research about mosaics in churches; concerning a paper on microscopes and machines with long lenses
Read to the Royal Society on 2 February 1687

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Henry Justel

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Henry Justel, Letter, from Henry Justel to Edmond Halley, 01 January 1687, EL/I1/110, The Royal Society Archives, London,, accessed on 17 July 2024

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