Board of Longitude
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In which Moody states that the Board of Longitude had not given his plan and apparatus for longitude the attention it merited. He re-informs them that his son had tested out his plan while at sea on a voyage from Shields to Memel and back, and submits figures for latitude and longitude from the voyage.
Informing the Board that he had sent an improved version of his plan for finding longitude.
Enquiring whether they had received a plan and apparatus for finding longitude which he had sent via Captain Simoy of the London Packet of Sunderland.
- Subject: Chester-le-Street X