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THOMSON (Allen, 1809-1884, Biologist)

Autograph Letter Signed to Alfred W. Bennett, returning "the revised proof of the review ... I have corrected the numbering of the figures as some of them seem to have been transposed. I do not know that the order is of much consequence ...", 2 sides 8vo., University Glasgow, 22nd January damaged on bottom edge

Item Date:  1872
Stock No:  3393      £15

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TYNDALL (John, 1820-1893, Scientist)

Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent regretting that his reply has been "delayed longer than I intended it should be ... If you could give me some information as to the projectors and promoters of the Franklin Society which would justify me in connecting my name with it, I should very willingly comply ...", 2 sides 8vo., Royal Institution headed paper, 2nd November

Item Date:  1881
Stock No:  36258      £225

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TYNDALL (John, 1820-1893, Scientist)

Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent thanking him for his kindness and saying that "in former years I have had to meet some brisk criticisms regarding Dr Joule:", (James Prescott Joule, 1818-1889, the physicist), "this makes me anxious that no ground should exist that could intimate that I rated him lower than Dr Mayer" (Julius Robert von Mayer, 1814-1878, the German physician and physicist). "Were this not the case I should not for a moment think of asking you either to alter the leading", the space between lines, "or to give the article the same place as that accorded to the one on Mayer. If you wish it pray postpone the article until the next week, making a note that press of matter compelled you to do so. I hardly think however that it would make the least difference to Dr Sanderson whether his article comes first or second. 'Dr Carpenter & Dr Mayer' may come any where - but I think Joule ought to have the same position as Mayer", with apologies for the trouble, 2 sides 8vo., Royal Institution headed paper, 18th December no year, from the handwriting circa

Item Date:  1875
Stock No:  36259      £475

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TYNDALL (John, 1820-1893, Scientist)

Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent saying that his "sympathy with a good cause would have more influence upon me than any 'terms' you could offer me, but I regret to say that my engagements in London entirely preclude my undertaking such work as you desire ...", 1 side 8vo., Royal Institution headed paper, 19th October

Item Date:  1885
Stock No:  36257      £150

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