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Herschel14142
From:  William Hallowes Miller
To:  Sir John Herschel
Date:  [6 October 1858]
Classmark:  TxU:H/M-0369; Reel 1087
Summary:  

Initial results of WM's crystallographic examination of copper salts sent by JH. Awaits results of electrical discharge experiments.

Contributor:  John Herschel Project
Herschel14143
From:  William Hallowes Miller
To:  Sir John Herschel
Date:  [9 October 1858]
Classmark:  TxU:H/M-0370; Reel 1087
Summary:  

Further results from tests that WM conducted on copper salts sent by JH.

Contributor:  John Herschel Project
Faraday3666
From:  William Hallowes Miller
To:  Michael Faraday
Date:  c.31 October 1859
Classmark:  RI MS Conybeare Album, f.19
Summary:  

No summary available.

Contributor:  Faraday Project
Faraday4187
From:  William Hallowes Miller
To:  Michael Faraday
Date:  24 May 1862
Classmark:  IET MS SC 2
Summary:  

No summary available.

Contributor:  Faraday Project
Herschel12183
From:  William Hallowes Miller
To:  Sir John Herschel
Date:  [20 November 1862]
Classmark:  RS:HS 13.41
Summary:  

Writes to invite JH to publish, in the R.S.P.T., his report on William Hopkins's paper on glaciers.

Contributor:  John Herschel Project
Herschel12184
From:  William Hallowes Miller
To:  Sir John Herschel
Date:  [22 April 1864]
Classmark:  RS:HS 13.42
Summary:  

Cases have been ordered by Mr. Graham. Final meeting of the Committee for the Restoration of the Standards is fixed for 29 Apr. Will notify him should it be postponed.

Contributor:  John Herschel Project
Herschel14144
From:  William Hallowes Miller
To:  Sir John Herschel
Date:  [3] December 1867
Classmark:  TxU:H/M-0371; Reel 1087
Summary:  

Compares values obtained by various observers in measuring new standards of weight and length.

Contributor:  John Herschel Project