Reference numberRR/12/46
TitleLetter from Henry Martyn Taylor, to John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh, regarding a paper 'On a graphical representation of the twenty-seven lines on a cubic surface' by Henry Martyn Taylor
Date16 October 1893
DescriptionReturns the referee reports. 'I am not up in the ways of the Royal Society: but I know they are a body which insists on strict observance of rules'. Asks if the paper must be returned with alterations clearly marked. One referee's name was clearly visible, despite attempted redaction, 'luckily he did not say any thing which was likely to hurt anyone's feelings'.

Subject: Mathematics

[Published in the 'Proceedings of the Royal Society of London', 1894]
Physical descriptionLetter on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialdoi:10.1098/rspl.1893.0062 Vol.54 1894
Related records in the catalogueRR/12/44
Fellows associated with this archive
NA6261Taylor; Henry Martyn (1842 - 1927)1842 - 1927
NA6090Strutt; John William (1842 - 1919); 3rd Baron Rayleigh1842 - 1919
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