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Reference numberNLB/22/479
Alternative reference numberNLB/22 p283
LevelItem
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor [Andrew Russell] Forsyth, Fellow of the Royal Society, Chairman of the Mathematics Committee
Date22 May 1901
DescriptionEncloses the reports of the referees on Professor [George Howard] Darwin's paper on 'Ellipsodal Harmonic Analysis' [not enclosed]. Asks if the Mathematics Committee should be called in order to clear business, as the minutes of October 1899 have not yet been confirmed.

There are three papers, [Augustus Edward Hough] Love on 'Integration of the Equations', [Francis Cranmer] Penrose's 'Orientation of Greek Temples', and [George Udny Yule] on 'Logical Class Frequencies', the publications of which are going ahead, but still need to be officially passed by the Committee.
Extent1p
FormatCarbon
Physical descriptionManuscript
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA6837Forsyth; Andrew Russell (1858 - 1942); Mathematician1858 - 1942
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