Letter from William Napier Shaw, 10 Moreton Gardens, Old Brompton Road, London, to Sir Archibald [Geikie]

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                                I fancy we must remember 
that the whirligig of time is 
now enabling two parties to 
bring in their revenges. First those 
who, like the “Times” critic, were dissatisfied 
with the scientific management and 
naturally wait for the issue of 
the scientific results to pounce 
and secondly the members of the 
staff <s>to whom <\s> who might have 
been retained at a suitable 
salary to prepare the results for 
publication.
As to the first I do not think 
Scott realises what a field-day 
                            
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Author
Napier Shaw
Reference
MS/591/4/8
Series
MS
Date
25-Oct-08
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Letter from William Napier Shaw, 10 Moreton Gardens, Old Brompton Road, London, to Sir Archibald [Geikie], 25-Oct-08. From The Royal Society, MS/591/4/8

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