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I enjoyed this story very much. Love to read about the first pioneers of science. I have a question; cos I dig through whole internet and couldn't find referred "Antoni van Leeuwenhoek. Letter to Thomas Gale of June 14th 1680, pp. 6-10 in the second printing carried out by Hendrik van Croonevelt at Delft in 1694." available online anywhere. Any chances for any hints considering finding it, preferably online, if not in a printed form?

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