Reference numberMS/928/2/44
TitleLetter from Henry Cunynghame, [office of the] Secretary of State, Home Department, to Charles Vernon Boys
Date16 March 1901
DescriptionAsks for information on the properties of Mond Gas. He understands it contains twice as much carbonic acid as ordinary coal gas and is therefore dangerous. He wonders if any property betrays its presence and asks that Boys lets him know today, with an opinion on its dangers to the public, to work people and in large scale use.

Sir Henry Hardinge Cunynghame (1848-1935) was Assistant Under-Secretary at the Home Office, 1894-1913.
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
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