[handwritten insertions on printed form letter:]
Sir, The Royal Society return you their thanks for your Paper, <1> entitled, ‘Researches on the Integral Calculus’ &c. which the Committee of Papers have directed to be published – and it will accordingly appear in the Society’s next Publication –
I am, Sir, Your most Obedient, & very Humble Servant
J. G. Children
Sec. R. S.
From the Apartments of the Royal Society
Somerset Place, Strand.
10 June 1836
Henry Fox Talbot, Esqre F. R. S.
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1. WHFT, ‘Researches in the Integral Calculus, Part One’ Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, v. 126 part 1, 1836, pp.177–215.