[LM111057], Letter from Arthur Edwin Kennelly to Electrician (London), William Henry Snell, September 4th, 1888

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Abstract

Allow me to acknowledge with thanks the receipt of your last and -- too sadly editorial letter of the 12th ult., I am much warmed by your invitation to unite for the "Electrician" but my dear fellow have we not met socially at Fletcher's? Perhaps the fault is more however for not having written to you during so many months.####I enclose - papers for your journal which is certainly at present the leading one in England on electrical engineering. This paper is interesting I think and if it be --- as I imagine that the condenser method has never been published it is ever important.####I think with you that Mr Wilkinson has followed up those Articles very successfully and in fact I think as I had the honor to inform that gentleman the other day, his articles for outshine their predecessors.####If you publish the enclosed, please have the proofs carefully revised. All symbols and formula are copied in pencil on the margin. What do you think of the idea of an imaginary ------ eh?####Believe me my Deear Snell####Yours very sincerely####A.E. Kennelly.####

Date

1888-09-04

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

LM111057

Folder Set

LM111

Title

[LM111057], Letter from Arthur Edwin Kennelly to Electrician (London), William Henry Snell, September 4th, 1888

Microfilm ID

109:130

Publisher

Thomas A. Edison Papers, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University

Timestamp

September 4, 1888