|Title||Letter from Davies Gilbert, Secretary, Royal Society, to John Coombe|
|Description||Letter written as a result of an irresponsible statement, titled 'A Curious Fact', in some newspapers that a reward was offered by the Society to anyone who could explain satisfactorily the odd behaviour of two cards when blown upon.|
Gilbert to Coombe explaining this situation to him.
Reply to AP/10/48.
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|NA8707||Gilbert; Davies (1767-1839)||1767-1839|