Record

Reference numberRR/12/307
LevelItem
TitleLetter from Daniel John Cunningham, to Michael Foster, regarding a paper 'On the development of the branches of the fifth cranial nerve in Man' by A Francis Dixon
Date3 October 1895
DescriptionEncloses note from the author for inclusion in the paper before it is submitted to the Committee [RR/12/306]. The author is familiar with the work of Walter Holbrook Gaskell, John Newport Langley and John Anderson, but did not cover this due to an anxiousness not to make the paper too bulky. Hopes the paper will be published.

Subject: Physiology

[Published in the 'Proceedings of the Royal Society of London', 1895]
Extent4p
FormatManuscript
Physical descriptionLetter on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rspl.1894.0180 Vol.57 1895
Related records in the catalogueRR/12/303
RR/12/304
RR/12/305
RR/12/306
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA2859Cunningham; Daniel John (1850 - 1909)1850 - 1909
NA8220Foster; Sir; Michael (1836 - 1907); Physiologist1836 - 1907
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