Reference numberNLB/32/876
Alternative reference numberNLB/32 p508
TitleCopy of remarks sent by Professor Joseph Larmor, to Dr Forster Morley
Date11 June 1906
DescriptionLarmor has looked through the heading and entries [of an unnnamed publication], and states that they appear incomprehensible to him, citing an example on page 208 where 'Weather reports - daily' appears to relate only to Scandinavia, Russia and Switzerland. He further adds that the part dealing with weather registers is very incomplete. In the absence of an obvious explanation which Larmor has missed, he believes anyone purchasing the volume hoping to educate themselves in official meteorological literature would be entitled to request a refund.
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