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The paper will be referred to the archives, and the criticisms of the referees communicated anonymously to the author, on the condition that the author be allowed to submit a corrected paper for consideration by the Committee.

Signed:
William Burnside
Edwin Bailey Elliott
Andrew Russell Forsyth
Micaiah John Muller Hill
Ernest William Hobson
Augustus Edward Hough Love

Subject: Mathematics

[Not published]

Endorsed on recto as received 25 January 1899.

Reference number
RR/14/36
Earliest possible date
16 January 1899
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
2 pages
Format
Manuscript

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Mathematics Committee report, regarding a paper 'Contributions to the theory of simultaneous partial differential equations' by Alfred Cardew Dixon, 16 January 1899, RR/14/36, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_14_36/mathematics-committee-report-regarding-a-paper-contributions-to-the-theory-of-simultaneous-partial-differential-equations-by-alfred-cardew-dixon, accessed on 27 May 2024

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