Reference numberMC/2/39
TitleLetter from John Walsh, Tiners Hotel, Leitrim Street, Cork, to the Royal Society
Date29 May 1832
DescriptionRegarding his recent memoir and paper on the calculus of variations to be presented before the Society and judged for potential publication.

The back of the letter contains a response from the Society, dated 1 June 1832, informing Walsh of the Council's decision to not have his paper read before the Society.
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