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Lectures and collections: Cometa, Microscopium
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After Henry Oldenburg died, the Royal Society did not have the resources to replace him as owner, publisher, and editor of Philosophical Transactions. Hooke took it upon himself to publish a dozen letters/articles written by himself and other scholars who had previously published in Philosophical Transactions, including Robert Boyle and Edmond Halley.
Hooke published most of two of Leeuwenhoek's letters.
- Letter 21 of October 5, 1677, addressed to Henry Oldenburg before Leeuwenhoek knew that he had died a month earlier, in September.
- Letter 23 of January 14, 1678, addressed to himself.
Neither of these letters was accompanied by figures.