Reference numberNLB/23/1/650
Alternative reference numberNLB/23/1 p375
TitleCopy letter from Joseph Larmor, to Dr [Henry Macdonald] Kyle, Marine Biological Laboratory, Plymouth
Date19 December 1901
DescriptionKyle's paper, 'On the Action of the Spurge (Euphorbia hiberna L.) on Salmonoid Fishes', has been under consideration by a Committee of the Society and they are willing to recommend the Council to publish it in the 'Proceedings [of the Royal Society]', provided Kyle sees his way to amended it in various ways. Details suggested improvements and amendments, recommends considerable condensation. Notes also that the chemical analysis of the spurge extract is very incomplete and the chief poisonous constituent or constituents are not identified with any certainty.

On hearing that Kyle is prepared to amend the paper in accordance with the aforementioned suggestions, the manuscript shall be sent for this purpose.
Physical descriptionTypescript
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7894Larmor; Sir; Joseph (1857 - 1942); physicist1857 - 1942
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