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Reference numberMS/743/1/1
LevelItem
TitleLetter from Thomas Graham, University College, to John Gladstone, Stockwell Lodge
Date2 January 1846
DescriptionExplaining the terms on which he normally takes pupils into the College laboratory. Praises his correspondent's son, John Hall Gladstone, noting that he would be pleased to have him as an assistant 'in which capacity he has indeed been acting for some time'. Suggests that experience of another school might benefit Gladstone most.
Extent4p envelope and cover sheet
FormatManuscript
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA6374Graham; Thomas (1805 - 1869); chemist1805 - 1869
NA7685Gladstone; John Hall (1827 - 1902); chemist1827 - 1902
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