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Letter, 'The agitation of the sea at Antigua on Nov 1, as reported by Capt. Affleck R.N.' from Charles Gray to William Watson

Reference number: L&P/3/173

Date: 26 May 1756

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Subject: Meteorology

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'An account of the agitation of the sea at Antigua, Nov. 1, 1755. By Capt. Affleck of the Advice Man of War. Communicated by Charles Gray, Esq; F. R. S. in a letter to William Watson, F. R. S'

Read 3 June 1756

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L&P/3/173
Earliest possible date
26 May 1756
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Ink on paper
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4 pages
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Manuscript

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Charles Gray

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Charles Gray, Letter, 'The agitation of the sea at Antigua on Nov 1, as reported by Capt. Affleck R.N.' from Charles Gray to William Watson, 26 May 1756, L&P/3/173, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/l-and-p_3_173/letter-the-agitation-of-the-sea-at-antigua-on-nov-1-as-reported-by-capt-affleck-rn-from-charles-gray-to-william-watson, accessed on 15 July 2024

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