Autograph letter signed : the Hague, to Pierre Maupertuis, 1752 Mar. 12.

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König, Samuel, 1712-1757. Autograph letter signed : the Hague, to Pierre Maupertuis, 1752 Mar. 12.

Autograph letter signed : the Hague, to Pierre Maupertuis, 1752 Mar. 12.

Giving details of the attempts to locate at Bern the original of the Leibniz letter that Koenig quoted in his paper in Acta Eruditorum.

1 item (3 p.) ; 23.2 m.

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