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AIRY (Sir George Biddell, 1801-1892, Astronomer Royal 1835-1881)

Autograph envelope signed to J.Winter Jones with quotation "Introducing W.W.Airy"

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  27227      £20

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AIRY (Sir George B. 1801-1892, Astronomer Royal)

Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent telling him that "The approximate rectification of the circumference of the circle, which you have sent to me, will not ... be of any use and does not possess any value whatever ...", 1 side 8vo., Royal Observatory, Greenwich headed paper, 26th February

Item Date:  1857
Stock No:  4479      £45

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AIRY (Sir George Biddell, 1801-1892, Astronomer Royal 1836-1881)

Autograph Letter Signed to Leone Levi, 1821-1888, Italian-born merchant at Liverpool, writer on mercantile law and history, 1st Professor of Commerce at King's College London, saying he has "not seen any Report of the Conference" and requesting "two copies of the no. of the Journal of Society of Arts to which you refer", 1 side 8vo., Royal Observatory, Greenwich, 27th May

Item Date:  1870
Stock No:  19870      £55

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AIRY (Sir George Biddell, 1801-1892, Astronomer Royal 1836-1881)

Autograph Letter Signed to Dr J. H. GLADSTONE (John Hall, 1827-1902, Chemist, President of the Physical Society, collaborator with Brewster) saying that he has "doubtless heard from Admiral Hamilton that, in consequence principally of a dinner on Wednesday, he has put off the French expedition to Tuesday 19th ... I cannot arrive in Dover on Monday so soon as I could wish, for I must attend an important meeting in Piccadilly ... which will probably cause me to overshoot the 4.30 train. Meantime I go to look at Whitby ...", 2 sides 8vo., Royal Observatory, Greenwich, 12th June

Item Date:  1860
Stock No:  39743      £65

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ANDERSON (Elizabeth Garrett, 1836-1917, One of the first Women Doctors)

Fine Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Madam" telling her that there has been a suggestion that "some members of the Ealing Branch might like to attend the meeting on Dec 4th. You will probably know who these ladies are & if it is not troubling you unduly we wd. ask you to send the enclosed notices to them. The spirit of the meeting is not one of hostility to the N.U. or the country but its object is simply to enable the members who disagree with the by election policy to decide whether they shd. resign or stay on & try & influence the opinion of the majority on this point ...", 2 sides 8vo., 114a Harley Street, 26th November

Item Date:  1909
Stock No:  40183      £275

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