Letters and papers from scientists and scientific organizations, 1793-1857.

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Hare, Robert, 1781-1858. Letters and papers from scientists and scientific organizations, 1793-1857.

Letters and papers from scientists and scientific organizations, 1793-1857.

Letters to Hare about publishing Hare's papers, about his scientific instruments, meeting scientists in England and in America. Correspondents include A. D. Bache, J. J. Berzelius, J. F. Frazer, W. Gibbs, B. Silliman, W. Herapath, and A. Ure. One note from R. Hare, 1793 (Robert's father?).

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