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Letter, 'On falling dew and further observations on falling crystals' [English translation] from Leonard Stocke to the Royal Society

Reference number: L&P/1/92

Date: 26 April 1742

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English translation.

Subject: Meteorology

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'Enarratio observationum circa rorem deciduum, factarum Medioburgi in Zeelandis, a Leonard Stocke, M. D. Super aperta Planitie plumbea Turris Astronomicæ Joh. Munkii, Architecti publici; tempore nocturno, inter 25 & 26 Julii 1741. N. S. Cum figuris Floccorum Nivalium Jan. 1742. Ibidem observatorum'.

Read 20 May 1742.

Reference number
L&P/1/92
Earliest possible date
26 April 1742
Physical description
Ink on paper
Page extent
7 pages
Format
Manuscript

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Letter, 'On falling dew and further observations on falling crystals' [English translation] from Leonard Stocke to the Royal Society, 26 April 1742, L&P/1/92, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/l-and-p_1_92/letter-on-falling-dew-and-further-observations-on-falling-crystals-english-translation-from-leonard-stocke-to-the-royal-society, accessed on 27 May 2024

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