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Nature volume 113, page 805 (31 May 1924) | Download Citation



May 26, 1670. Dr. Croune acquainted the Society that Sir Nicholas Millet had mentioned to him, and Mr. Hooke, that he had a manuscript of his own writing, which contained the observations of the variations of the needle made for seventeen or eighteen years in the same place. They were desired to procure a sight and perusal of that manuscript.

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