Reference numberNLB/29/836
Alternative reference numberNLB/29 p469
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Augustus Edward Hough Love, Fellow of the Royal Society
Date19 December 1904
DescriptionProfessor Joseph Larmor has requested him to send the statement of all the Mathematical Papers dealt with since the Mathetmatics Committee last met, 14 January. Asks him to draw up a schedule to be circulated among the Members of the Committee for the purpose of obtaining a postal vote on the papers that are ripe for reporting to Council. By this means the papers under the first three headings on the statement, and possibly Mr Jackson's paper on the Basic Gamma Function, might be dealt with at the next meeting of the Council.
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