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Returns the remarks of the referees, some of which may not be kept. As the author proposes to submit an altered version of the paper, suggests the remarks had better not be destroyed yet.

Subject: Mathematics

[Not published]

Endorsed on recto as received 2 May 1899.

Reference number
RR/14/39
Earliest possible date
01 May 1899
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
1 page
Format
Manuscript

Creator name

Andrew Russell Forsyth

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Andrew Russell Forsyth, Letter from Andrew Russell Forsyth, to Mr Harrison, regarding a paper 'Contributions to the theory of simultaneous partial differential equations' by Alfred Cardew Dixon, 01 May 1899, RR/14/39, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_14_39/letter-from-andrew-russell-forsyth-to-mr-harrison-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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