Reference numberMS/710/51
TitleLetter from Joseph Henry, Princeton College of New Jersey, to Robert Were Fox, Royal Cornish Polytechnic Society, Falmouth, England
Date26 April 1844
DescriptionThanks Fox for sending two papers, on mine lifts and on the rise of water springs. Gives his opinion that individuals who do not exercise their moral feelings cannot secure a high reputation in science. Expresses interest in a novel observation upon springs. Sends a report of proceedings of the American Philisophical Society and hopes for other pleasant exchanges.
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