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Letter, from John Wallis to Richard Waller, dated at Oxford

Reference number: EL/W2/58

Date: 19 February 1696


Encloses a letter for Vivianus but regrets that he cannot find the other one which he desires; suggesting that the case of a horse that staked itself through the stomach, and recovered, could be printed in 'Philosophical Transactions' (see EL/W2/59 for further details of this case)
Note reads: 'Not to be ent'd [in the Letter Book]'

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19 February 1696
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John Wallis

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John Wallis, Letter, from John Wallis to Richard Waller, dated at Oxford, 19 February 1696, EL/W2/58, The Royal Society Archives, London,, accessed on 21 July 2024

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