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Letter, 'An account of the fish from Batavia [Jakarta, Indonesia] called Jaculator' from Johann Albrecht Schlosser to Peter Collinson

Reference number: L&P/4/200

Date: 22 September 1763

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Subject: Zoology

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'An account of a fish from Batavia [colonial name of the capital of the Dutch East Indies, now Jakarta, Indonesia], called jaculator: In a letter to Mr. Peter Collinson, F. R. S. from John Albert Schlosser, M.D. F. R. S'

Read 15 March 1764

Reference number
L&P/4/200
Earliest possible date
22 September 1763
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Ink on paper
Page extent
4 pages
Format
Manuscript

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Jan Albert Schlosser

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Jan Albert Schlosser, Letter, 'An account of the fish from Batavia [Jakarta, Indonesia] called Jaculator' from Johann Albrecht Schlosser to Peter Collinson, 22 September 1763, L&P/4/200, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/l-and-p_4_200/letter-an-account-of-the-fish-from-batavia-jakarta-indonesia-called-jaculator-from-johann-albrecht-schlosser-to-peter-collinson, accessed on 25 May 2024

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