Documents relating to the nature of the dispute between the Jacksonian Professor, Sir James Dewar, and the Museums and lecture rooms syndicate regarding the dismissal of an assistant in Cambridge university
Printed for private circulation, 1891 - 58 pages
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14th January accept adequate assistance Albemarle Street apology appointing and removing Austen Leigh Board for Physics Board of Studies Cambridge University cate Chairman Chancellor charge Chemical Department Chemical Laboratory Committee comply correspondence Council course of action Dear Professor Dewar Dear Sir defer action desire Dewar to Dr difficulty discharge discipline dismissal documents enclose extra fees faithfully February feel fessor further Grace interview Jacksonian Assistant Jacksonian Professor James Dewar June last letter Lecture-rooms Syndicate matter ment Minute Montagu Butler Museums and Lecture Museums and Lecture-rooms opinion Ordinances Organic Chemistry Peterhouse Physics and Chemistry position Prof Professor Liveing Provost of King's question received referred regard regret remedy reply Report request resignation resolution Reverend the Vice-Chancellor Rooms Syndicate Royal Institution Ruhemann for explanations Ruhemann to Professor Scroope Terrace Sedley Taylor Senate Special Board submitted suggested thought Trinity Lodge University Laboratory University Lecturer Vice-Chancellor to Professor wish