Item 5 - Letter from George Airy

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Letter from George Airy


  • 27 June 1827 (Creation)

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Keswick - If WW is in Cambridge could he correct the proofs to his paper on Trigonometry for the Encyclopaedia Metropolitana: 'I have just got a letter from [Edward] Smedley who is in an awful fright about it...If you take this upon you, would it be worth the trouble to say so to Smedley? he would then send proofs directly'.

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