Andrew Fountaine - Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz - 1703-3-16

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Andrew Fountaine - Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz - 1703-3-16
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AuthorAuthor of the document. Andrew Fountaine
RecipientRecipient of the correspondence. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
Correspondence dateDate when the correspondence was written: day - month - year . March 16, 1703
PlacePlace of publication of the book, composition of the document or institution. Zell 50° 1' 36.16" N, 7° 11' 34.44" E
Associated personsNames of Persons who are mentioned in the annotation. Sophie Charlotte von Hannover
LiteratureReference to literature. Kemble 1857, p. 316, nr. 1331, Gädeke et al. 2011, nr. 179, p. 288-2892, Callataÿ 2015a, p. 314, II.173, Burnett 2020b, p. 1603.4
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-Lettre du 16 mars 1703 (de Zell): “You may be sure that I shall not forget you when I am amidst my medalls, on the contrary I shall often wish for you to explain what I dont understand; the Electrice did me the honour to receive the poor present I made her, and in return gave me a most noble gold medall, which I shall alwaies keep as the greatest treasure I have; and should be very glad when you write next to her Electorall Highnesse if you would let her know how much I esteem the great bounty she showed me.” (Kembkle 1857, p. 316, nr. 133 and Gädeke 2011, nr. 179, p. 288-289; Callataÿ 2015a, p. 314, II.17).

References

  1. ^  Kemble, John M. (1857), State Papers and Correspondence Illustrative of Social and Political State of Europe from the Revolution to the Accession of the House of Hanover, London.
  2. ^  N. Gädeke et al. (eds.), Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Allgemeiner politischer und historischer Briefwechsel. Zweiundzwanzigster Band Januar-Dezember 1703, Berlin.
  3. ^  Callataÿ, Fr. de (2015), “Sir Andrew Fountaine (1676-1753) and his early numismatic correspondence with Andreas Morell (1646-1703)”, in R. Bland and D. Calomino (eds.), Studies in Ancient Coinage in Honour of Andrew Burnett, London, p. 293-316.
  4. ^  Burnett, Andrew M. (2020), The Hidden Treasures of this Happy Land. A History of Numismatics in Britain from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment, BNS Special Publ. No 14 = RNS Special Publ. No 58, London, Spink & Son.