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Call Number: MS Kelvin T205/1    Item: 1
Title: Patent, 1858, No. 329
Date of Creation: 1871
Place of Creation: London, England
Level of Description: Item
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Content: Electric telegraphs. Printed specification for British Letters Patent, 1858, no. 329, to William Thomson for the invention of 'Improvements in testing and working electric telegraphs', sealed 23rd April 1858, dated 20th February 1858. Second edition. London: Printed by George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode; [published at the Great Seal Patent Office], 1871.
Provisional specification, 20th February 1858.
Specification, filed 19th August 1858.
Invention known as mirror galvanometer.
Physical Description: 36p., interleaved; folding drawing. 27 cm. In bound vol.
Access: Normal conditions
Language: English
Material Type: Patent
Notes: See also: other copies, shelved at MS Gen 1753/1/2/17-20 and MS Gen 1753/5/1, fol. 40-58; original Letters Patent, 1858, shelved at MS Gen 1753/1/1/1; copies of disclaimer, 1871, shelved at MS Gen 1753/1/2/21 and MS Kelvin T205/1, item 2.
Accession Number: 4170
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Repository Code: GB 0247

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author: William Thomson Baron Kelvin of Largs 1824-1907
Professor of Natural Philosophy, University of Glasgow, 1846-1899.
publisher: Great Britain. Patent Office
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