Reference numberNLB/30/497
Alternative reference numberNLB/30 p290
TitleCopy letter from an unknown correspondent, to Sir William Davidson Niven, Fellow of the Royal Society, Chairman of the Mathematics Sectional Committee
Date3 April 1905
DescriptionA paper has been received from S G Burrard, 'On the Intensity and Direction of the Force of Gravity in India'. Encloses a letter on this from Professor G H Darwin [not enclosed]. Professor [Joseph] Larmor agrees to Professor Darwin's suggestion that he should be accepted as one of the referees for the paper and suggests wether Sir W Niven or Professor R A Sampson as the second. Asks Niven to whom the paper should be referred. Encloses a card stating the cost and length of the paper [not enclosed].
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NA6649Niven; Sir; William Davidson (1842 - 1917)1842 - 1917
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