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Sectional Committee: Not stated [Physics]

Returns corrected proofs. Queries the spelling of some place names, spelling of which are followed by J C Beattie in the paper, but differ from those used in the Times Atlas and Gazetteer. Returns a manuscript sheet from 'Subsidiary Species of Glycerieta' which was enclosed by mistake.

[Published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society]

Endorsed on verso as received 1 February 1947.

Reference number
RR/66/119
Earliest possible date
29 January 1947
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
1 page
Format
Typescript

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Letter from Harold Spencer Jones, to David Christie Martin, regarding a paper 'The Earth's magnetic field in Southern Africa at the epoch, 1 July 1930' by E N Grindley, 29 January 1947, RR/66/119, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_66_119/letter-from-harold-spencer-jones-to-david-christie-martin-regarding-a-paper-the-earths-magnetic-field-in-southern-africa-at-the-epoch-1-july-1930-by-e-n-grindley, accessed on 13 June 2024

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