Reference numberNLB/71/246
Alternative reference numberNLB/71 p126
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [John Douglas] Cockcroft Esq.
Date24 February 1928
DescriptionGives thanks for the summary of the paper. Explains that the method suggested by [John Douglas] Cockcroft will result in the print being faint and the additional cost if £2 will be passed on to him. Asks for Cockcroft to decide to re-draw the figure, or to allow the printers to do what they can with the method suggested.
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