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[Samuel Tuke of the York Retreat, asylum reformer.] Autograph Letter in the third person to the medical publisher John Churchill, instructing him to send a copy of his book to German psychiatrist Maximilian Jacobi.

Samuel Tuke (1784-1857), Quaker minister, asylum reformer at the York Retreat [John Churchill (1801-1875), London medical publisher; Carl Wigand Maximilian Jacobi, German psychiatrist]
Publication details: 
York; 14 September 1841.

2pp, 12mo. In good condition, lightly aged, with thin strip of paper from mount adhering to one edge. Begins: 'Samuel Tuke having been disappointed of an opportunity of sending by a private hand a parcel to his friend Dr Max. Jacobi will be much obliged to J. Churchill to send to him four copies of the translation of his work'.

[ Cato Maximilian Guldberg, Norwegian mathematician and chemist. ] Autograph Letter Signed ('C. M. Guldberg') to 'Professor A. Ramsay' [ Alexander Ramsay, editor of the 'Scientific Roll' ], declining a proposal, and giving details of two papers.

C. M. Guldberg [ Cato Maximilian Guldberg ] (1836-1902), Norwegian mathematician and chemist, responsible for the Law of Mass Action and Guldberg Rule [ Alexander Ramsay, editor, 'Scientific Roll' ]
Publication details: 
Christiana [ now Oslo, Norway ]. 16 June 1883.

2pp., 12mo. In good condition, lightly aged. Written in rather patchy English. He thanks him for his letter and declines his proposal, explaining that 'circumstances prohibit my accepting your invitation in taking part in your plan, my time at present being to [sic] much taking up'. He continues: 'Here in Norway the literature upon the subject is collected in the 2 essays of me and Waage', i.e. the Norwegian chemist Peter Waage (1833-1900). He gives the details of two essays on chemical affinities, published in 1847 and 1879.

[ 'R. M. Butler, M.R.I.A., Professor of Architecture in University College.' ] Offprint titled Dublin: Past and Present'. Inscribed by Butler to Professor Richardson.

R. M. Butler [Rudolf Maximilian Butler] (1872-1943), Professor of Architecture in University College, Dublin
Publication details: 
Without place or date. [Dublin, 1920s?]

8pp., 8vo. Saddle-stitched into grey printed wraps. Printed in double column. In fair condition, on aged paper, in worn wraps. Inscribed at head of front cover to 'Profr. Richardson | with R. M. Butler's compts.' Covering the history of the city from the time of Ptolemy to the advent of the electric tram. Ends by noting the extensive rebuilding in the city, 'in part due to the reconstruction of areas destroyed in 1916 and 1922'. Scarce: no copies on COPAC or OCLC WorldCat.

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