- 2 Dec. 1856 (Creation)
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Source of acquisition unknown. Possibly part of the bequest of William Whewell, 1866.
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Lacock - Is not able to offer any introductions at Rome, for the only family he knows of is that of Mrs John Spedding; encloses the remarks on Assyrian inscriptions he could not find when he last wrote; has been conducting mathematical researches, thought he had found a clue to the solution of Fermat's theorem, which he discusses and which he sent on to Professor Kelland, who admired it.
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Tipped in before the title page of On the Assyrian inscriptions (London, [1856?]), shelfmark 93.c.80.13.