Reference numberMS/929/1/128
TitleLetter from Alexander Muirhead, FRS, Muirhead Electrical Engineers, Manufacturers and Contractors, Elmers End, Beckenham, Kent, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date13 March 1902
DescriptionInforms Mackenzie Davidson that his assistant has instructions to send on his little revolver and the block of wood. Notes that Spooner sent him two copies of Mackenzie Davidson's patents and they are meeting about the provisional this afternoon. Comments on the use of the condenser in Mackenzie Davidson's rotary break, particularly that the condensor has to be reduced in capacity the faster one makes the rotary break go.
Extent2 sides
Access statusOpen
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NA1682Muirhead; Alexander (1848 - 1920)1848 - 1920
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