Reference numberMC/11/177
TitleLetter from J E H [James Edward Henry] Gordon, British Association for the Advancement of Science, 22 Albemarle Street, London, to [Thomas Henry Huxley and George Gabriel Stokes], Secretaries of the Royal Society
CreatorGordon; James Edward Henry (1852-1893); British electrical engineer
Date5 March 1878
DescriptionApplying for a grant of £70 either from the Donation Fund or other funds to verify Professor Clerk Maxwell's hypothesis on electro-magnetism. He encloses details of his proposed experiment.

[For initial application, which reportedly was delivered late, see related records. Enclosure is present in volume as MC/11/178, see related records.]
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueMC/11/172
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