Letter from Nevil Maskelyne, 1765
Scope and Contents
The draft letter is addressed to 'My Lord' and is a response to John Harrison's applications to the Board of Longitude and to Parliament to get a second £10,000 in reward money for his marine timekeepers. The letter continues with notes on longitude determination and marine timekeepers by other makers.
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2 folio(s) (2 ff.) : Paper
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DateText: circa 1765.
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