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Document number: 3332
Date: 14 Jul 1836
Recipient: TALBOT William Henry Fox
Author: CHILDREN John George
Collection: British Library, London, Manuscripts - Fox Talbot Collection
Last updated: 6th December 2012

My dear Sir,

I send you your paper <1> herewith – which has been today directed to the printer, subject to the alterations you have yourself suggested – As soon as they are made have the goodness to forward the M.S. to Mr Taylor, <2> Printing Office, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street –

Ever My dear Sir,
J. G. Children

Somerset House
14th July – 1836

The alterations I have alluded to are the separation of the facts from the Theory.


1. “On the Optical Phenomena of certain Crystals”, The Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society, London: 1837, part 1, pp. 25–27, 29–35. [See Doc. No: 03307].

2. Richard Taylor (1781–1858), publisher & naturalist.

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