[LM111120], Letter from Arthur Edwin Kennelly to William J Jenks, September 15th, 1888


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[LM111120], Letter from Arthur Edwin Kennelly to William J Jenks, September 15th, 1888

Editor's Notes

"Yours of yesterday just received enclose the table for which you ask. This will appear on the next Number of the N.Y. Electrical Review. I have not forwarded any of these result to the English Paper. I only correspond in a dilatory fashion with the "electrician" whose editor and propieter I have the honor to be acquainted with. You are of course perfectly at liberty to make any use you will of these results.####I do not doubt Mr Wirt has told you of the work we are now carrying on here for you on the meter question it is both scientifically, practically, and commercially a most interesting subject as you are aware and we are probing it to the core. I think, especially since Mr Wirt has been here to give us aid and commit that we shall be in a position to make several suggestions for the improvement of the meter, to be submitted to your judgment.####We have been lately getting some accordingly interesting results in other departments of investigation, which I hope to be able to discuss with you some day, knowing as I do the interest you take in our glorious Nature."####Yours very sincerely####A.E Kennelly####Let me know if I can at any time serve you.####[





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