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Invention of the electric telegraph : the charge against Sir Charles Wheatstone, of "tampering with the press," as evidenced by a letter of the editor of the "Quarterly Review" in 1855. Reprinted from the "Scientific Review."

Author: Thomas Fothergill Cooke
Publisher: London : Simpkin, Marshall ? Bath : R.E. Peach, 1869.
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Named Person: William Fothergill Cooke; Charles Wheatstone, Sir; William Fothergill Cooke; Charles Wheatstone, Sir
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Fothergill Cooke
OCLC Number: 122346990
Notes: Preface signed T.F.C. [editor].
Description: vi, 43 p. ; 22 cm.

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