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Apologises for the late reply. Is happy to rewrite the paper, which should take about six weeks. Asks if a copy of the paper could be left for him at Kings College, as he does not have a copy and would like to refer to it during rewriting.

Subject: Physics, Mathematics

[Published in the 'Proceedings of the Royal Society of London']

Reference number
RR/2/179
Earliest possible date
01 March 1852
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
3 pages
Format
Manuscript

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Letter from Matthew O'Brien, regarding his paper 'Researches in symbolical physics. On the translation of a directed magnitude as symbolised by a product. The principles of statics established symbolically', 01 March 1852, RR/2/179, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_2_179/letter-from-matthew-obrien-regarding-his-paper-researches-in-symbolical-physics-on-the-translation-of-a-directed-magnitude-as-symbolised-by-a-product-the-principles-of-statics-established-symbolically, accessed on 17 June 2024

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