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Apologies for not attending the Society in the evening but had to see the King; recommends Duke of Lorraine, Count Kingski, the King's ambassador to the Fellowship; asking for experiments to be ready for the King and to wait on him on Monday week
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Copied into Letter Book on 18 November 1731

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Letter, from Richmond to Tellier, EL/R1/73, The Royal Society Archives, London,, accessed on 24 July 2024

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  • Early Letters

    Dates: 1613-1740

    The archival collection known as 'Early Letters' is composed of original manuscript letters sent to, or collected by, the Royal Society from English and foreign correspondents.

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