Reference numberNLB/23/1/671
Alternative reference numberNLB/23/1 p392
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr Joseph Larmor, [Fellow of the Royal Society]
Date26 December 1901
DescriptionHas Larmor's several notes and is attending to them so far as he can, single handed.

Encloses a letter from Mr Walker and one from Dr Waller about the galvanometer [no enclosures].

Has a letter from Dr Kyle replying to criticisms of his paper, as these are technical and biological, Harrison presumes he would refer them to the Chairman of the Sectional Committee which dealt with the paper. Duddell has simply sent an acknowledgement. Sir W Roberts Austen has reported in factor of printing Andrews' paper in the 'Proceedings [of the Royal Society]' with some minor amendments. Queries if he should proceed with the paper subject to the concurrence of the Chairman of the Committee P.C. [Physics and Chemistry].
Physical descriptionTypescript
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7894Larmor; Sir; Joseph (1857 - 1942); physicist1857 - 1942
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