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Paper, 'Thermometrical observations at Allahabad [Prayagraj] and of the weather in Bengal; with note from Henry Cavendish' by Robert Barker

Reference number: L&P/6/107

Date: 1775

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Subject: Meteorology

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'An account of some thermometrical observations, made by Sir Robert Barker, F. R. S. at Allahabad [Prayagraj] in the East Indies, in Lat. 25° 30' N. during the year 1767, and also during a voyage from Madras [Chennai] to England, in the year 1774. Extracted from the original journal by the Hon. Henry Cavendish, F.R.S'

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L&P/6/107
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1775
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Ink on paper
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10 pages
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Manuscript

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Robert Barker

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Robert Barker, Paper, 'Thermometrical observations at Allahabad [Prayagraj] and of the weather in Bengal; with note from Henry Cavendish' by Robert Barker, 1775, L&P/6/107, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/l-and-p_6_107/paper-thermometrical-observations-at-allahabad-prayagraj-and-of-the-weather-in-bengal-with-note-from-henry-cavendish-by-robert-barker, accessed on 22 July 2024

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